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WELDING GUIDE

Previous editions of the manual cease to be valid on publication of this edition of Böhler’s manual „Information for Welders“. Particulars regarding the appearance and use of our products serve as information for the user. Details of the mechanical properties always refer to the pure weld metal in accordance with the applicable standards. The parent metal, the welding position and the welding parameters amongst other things affect the weld metal properties in the welded joint. Express written agreement is required in each individual case as a guarantee of suitability for a specific purpose.

Edition 07/2005 Technical Handbook of BÖHLER WELDING Products

Böhler Schweißtechnik Austria GmbH Böhler-Welding-St. 1 8605 Kapfenberg / AUSTRIA +43 (0) 3862-301-0 +43 (0) 3862-301-95193 postmaster.bsga@bsga.at www.boehler-welding.com Member of the BÖHLER-UDDEHOLM Group

WELDING GUIDE

Böhler Welding

Preface

BÖHLER WELDING – Your Partner for Welding
“Our customers' problems are our problems too” is the basic principle at BÖHLER WELDING. More than 80 years of experience gathered by the company in over 70 different countries has proved beyond doubt that, in practice, the quality of the welding is decisive. When extreme temperatures, maximum strength requirements, exceptional resistance to corrosion or the highest possible working speed become the critical factors, adaptable know-how is essential. We pay close attention to all the issues relevant for successful welding - materials, application, welding additives - and cooperate with customers in developing the solution most favourable for them. Nothing is too much trouble for us in our pursuit of optimal welding results for our customers. Even in the Antarctic or the deserts of Africa, we provide our customers with product information, training courses and welding demonstrations. When it comes to welding, only the best can satisfy us. That is why we collaborate in product development with universities and research institutes which have the necessary equipment and personnel for performing the simulations and measurements we require (for example with scanning electron microscopes or high-speed cameras). At BÖHLER WELDING it's results than count.

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Contents
ALPHABETICAL PRODUCT LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VI COMPARISON TABLE EN/AWS-CLASSIFICATION AND BÖHLER PRODUCTS . . . . . . . . XIV GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 PRODUCT INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 FILLER METALS FOR MILD STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5 FILLER METALS FOR PIPELINE WELDING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-49 FILLER METALS FOR WEATHER-RESISTANT, HIGH-STRENGTH AND CRYOGENIC STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-71 FILLER METALS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE AND CREEP RESISTANT STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-101 FILLER METALS FOR STAINLESS AND CORROSION RESISTANT STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-167 FILLER METALS FOR DISSIMILAR JOINTS AND SPECIAL APPLICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-263 FILLER METALS FOR HEAT RESISTANT STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-295 NICKEL-BASE ALLOYS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-319 NON FERROUS ALLOYS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-350 SUB-ARC WELDING FLUXES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-355 SELECTION GUIDES FOR FILLER METALS AND WELDING PROCESSES . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 SELECTION GUIDE FOR THE OFFSHORE INDUSTRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 SELECTION GUIDE FOR THE CHEMICAL AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY. . . . . . . 3-4 SELECTION GUIDE FOR THERMAL POWER PLANTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8 SELECTION GUIDE FOR HYDRO POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10 SELECTION TABLES BASE MATERIAL ORIENTED SELECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13 PROCESS BASED SELECTION OF CONSUMABLES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33 MATERIAL BASED SELECTION OF CONSUMABLES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-45 WELDING TECHNOLOGY DETAILS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-87 EFFICIENCY AND CALCULATION GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 COMPARISON CHARTS AND OTHER TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1

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Alphabetical Product List
BÖHLER
FOX 2.5 Ni 2.5 Ni-IG 2.5 Ni-IG FOX 20 MVW 20 MVW-IG 20 MVW-UP/BB 24

type of filler metal

page
2-83 2-87 2-94 2-120 2-136 2-160 2-97 2-96 2-266 2-267 2-276 2-279 2-282 2-284 2-285 2-290 2-196 2-212 2-230 2-194 2-195 2-211 2-229 2-257 2-256 2-357 2-358 2-359 2-361 2-362 2-363 2-364 2-365 2-360 2-59

FOX FOX

FOX

FOX FOX

FOX

SMAW stick electrode, low-alloyed, cryogenic application GTAW rod, low-alloyed, cryogenic application GMAW solid wire, low-alloyed, cryogenic application SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, creep resistant GTAW rod, high-alloyed, creep resistant SAW wire/flux-combination high-alloyed, creep resistant 3 NiCrMo 2.5-UP/BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination, low-alloyed, high strength 3 NiMo 1-UP/BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination, low-alloyed, high strength A7 SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, special applications A 7-A SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, special applications A 7CN-IG GTAW rod, high-alloyed, special applications A 7-IG GMAW solid wire A 7-MC Metal cored wire, high-alloyed, special application A 7-FD GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, Special applications A 7 PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, Special applications A 7CN-UP/BB 203 SAW wire/flux-combination high-alloyed, special applications AM 400 SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant AM 400-IG GTAW rod, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant AM 400-IG GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant ASN 5 SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant ASN 5-A SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant ASN 5-IG GTAW rod, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant ASN 5-IG (Si) GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant ASN 5-UP/BB 203 SAW wire/flux-combination high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant ASN 5 SY-UP/BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant BB 24 SAW flux, fluoride-basic type BB 25 SAW flux, fluoride-basic type BB 33 M SAW flux, aluminate-rutile-type BB 202 SAW flux, fluoride-basic type BB 203 SAW flux, fluoride-basic type BB 430 SAW flux, fluoride-basic type BB 444 SAW flux, fluoride-basic type BB 910 SAW flux, fluoride-basic type BF 16 SAW flux, manganese-silicate-type BVD 85 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, basic coating, pipe welding

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BÖHLER
FOX BVD 90 FOX BVD 100 FOX BVD 110 FOX BVD 120 FOX BVD RP BW VII BW XII FOX C 9 MV C 9 MV-IG C 9 MV-IG C 9 MV-MC C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 FOX C 9 MVW C 9 MVW-IG CAT 430 L Cb-IG CAT 439 L Ti-IG FOX CEL FOX CEL+ FOX CEL 75 FOX CEL 85 FOX CEL 90 FOX CEL Mo FOX CM 2 Kb CM 2-IG CM 2-IG CM 2-UP/BB 24 FOX CM 5 Kb CM 5-IG CM 5-IG CM 5-UP/BB 24 FOX CM 9 Kb CM 9-IG FOX CN 13/4 FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA CN 13/4-IG

type of filler metal
SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, basic coating, pipe welding SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, basic coating, pipe welding, SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, basic coating, pipe welding SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, basic coating, pipe welding SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding basic coating, pipe welding rod for gas welding, mild steel rod for gas welding, mild steel SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, creep resistant GTAW rod, high-alloyed, creep resistant GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, creep resistant GMAW metal cored wire, high-alloyed, creep resistant SAW wire/flux-combination, high-alloyed, creep resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, creep resistant GTAW rod, high-alloyed, creep resistant GMAW solid wire, chemical resistant GMAW solid wire, chemical resistant SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, cellulosic coated, pipe welding SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, cellulosic coated, pipe welding SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, cellulosic coated, pipe welding SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, cellulosic coated, pipe welding SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, cellulosic coated, pipe welding SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding, cellulosic coated, pipe welding SMAW stick electrode, low-alloyed, high temperature GTAW rod, low-alloyed, high temperature GMAW solid wire, low-alloyed, high temperature SAW wire/flux-combination, low-alloyed, high temperature SMAW stick electrode, low-alloyed, high temperature GTAW rod, high-alloyed, high temperature GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, high temperature SAW wire/flux-combination, high-alloyed, high temperature SMAW stick electrode, low-alloyed, high temperature GTAW rod, high-alloyed, high temperature SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, stainless SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, stainless GTAW rod, high-alloyed, stainless

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2-60 2-61 2-62 2-63 2-58 2-45 2-46 2-117 2-133 2-145 2-147 2-158 2-118 2-134 2-218 2-219 2-52 2-53 2-54 2-56 2-57 2-55 2-112 2-128 2-143 2-154 2-115 2-131 2-144 2-157 2-116 2-132 2-174 2-175 2-205

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BÖHLER
CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN CN 13/4-IG 13/4-MC 13/4-MC (F) 13/4-UP/BB 203 16/13 16/13-IG 16/6 M-HD 17/4 PH 18/11 18/11-IG 18/11-IG 18/11-UP/BB 202

type of filler metal

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2-220 2-234 2-235 2-250 2-121 2-137 2-179 2-180 2-122 2-138 2-146 2-161 2-277 2-280 2-268 2-198 2-199 2-214 2-231 2-302 2-308 2-201 2-200 2-248 2-215 2-232 2-258 2-249 2-269 2-283 2-286 2-287 2-278 2-281 2-291

FOX FOX FOX FOX

FOX FOX FOX

FOX FOX FOX

FOX

GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, stainless Metal cored wire, high-alloyed, stainless Metal cored wire, high-alloyed, stainless SAW wire/flux-combination, high-alloyed, stainless SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, creep resistant GTAW rod, high-alloyed, creep resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, stainless SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, stainless SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, creep resistant GTAW rod, high-alloyed, creep resistant GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, creep resistant SAW wire/flux-combination, high-alloyed, creep resistant CN 19/9 M-IG GTAW rod, high-alloyed, special applications CN 19/9 M-IG GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, special applications CN 19/9 M SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, special applications CN 20/25 M SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 20/25 M-A SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 20/25 M-IG GTAW rod, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 20/25 M-IG (Si) GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 21/33 Mn SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, heat resistant CN 21/33 Mn-IG GTAW rod, high-alloyed, heat resistant CN 22/9 N SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 22/9 N-B SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 22/9 N-FD GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 22/9 N-IG GTAW rod, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 22/9 PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant CN 23/12-A SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, special applications CN 23/12-MC Metal cored wire, high-alloyed, special application CN 23/12-FD GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, special applications CN 23/12 PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, special applications CN 23/12-IG GTAW rod, high-alloyed, special applications CN 23/12-IG GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, special applications CN 23/12-UP/BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination high-alloyed, special applications

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BÖHLER
FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD FOX CN 24/13 FOX CN 24/13 Nb FOX CN 25/9 Cu T CN 25/9 Cu T-IG CN 25/9 Cu T-IG FOX CN 25/35 Nb CN 25/35 Nb-IG FOX CN 29/9 FOX CN 29/9-A FOX CN 35/45 Nb CN 35/45 Nb-IG FOX CuNi 30 Fe CuNi 30 Fe-IG DCMS FOX DCMS Kb FOX DCMS Ti DCMS-IG DCMS-IG FOX DCMV DMO FOX DMO Kb FOX DMO Ti DMO-IG DMO-IG DMO-IG FOX DMV 83 Kb DMV 83-IG DMV 83-IG FOX E 308 H E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD FOX E 317 L E 317 L-FD E 317 L PW-FD FOX E 347 H FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A EAS 2-MC EAS 2-FD EAS 2 PW-FD

type of filler metal
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, special applications GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, special applications GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, special applications SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, special applications SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, special applications SMAW stick electrode, highly corrosion resistant GTAW rod, highly corrosion resistant GMAW solid wire, highly corrosion resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, heat resistant GTAW rod, high-alloyed, heat resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, special applications SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, special applications SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, heat resistant GTAW rod, high-alloyed, heat resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, copper-nickel GTAW rod, high-alloyed, copper-nickel Gas welding rod, low-alloyed, high temperature SMAW stick electrode, low-alloyed, high temperature SMAW stick electrode, low-alloyed, high temperature GTAW rod, low-alloyed, high temperature GMAW solid wire, low-alloyed, high temperature SMAW stick electrode, low-alloyed, high temperature Gas welding rod, low-alloyed, high temperature SMAW stick electrode, low-alloyed, high temperature SMAW stick electrode, low-alloyed, high temperature GTAW rod, low-alloyed, high strength GTAW rod, low-alloyed, high temperature GMAW solid wire, low-alloyed, high temperature SMAW stick electrode, low-alloyed, high temperature GTAW rod, low-alloyed, high temperature GMAW solid wire, low-alloyed, high temperature SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, creep resistant GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, creep resistant GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, creep resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, creep resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant Metal cored wire, high-alloyed, chemical resistant GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, chemical resistant GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, chemical resistant

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2-270 2-288 2-289 2-271 2-272 2-202 2-216 2-232 2-303 2-309 2-278 2-274 2-304 2-310 2-352 2-353 2-163 2-109 2-108 2-126 2-141 2-110 2-162 2-107 2-106 2-85 2-125 2-140 2-111 2-127 2-142 2-123 2-148 2-149 2-193 2-246 2-247 2-124 2-181 2-182 2-236 2-238 2-239

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BÖHLER
EAS 2-IG EAS 2-IG (Si) EAS 2-UP/BB 202 FOX EAS 2-VD FOX EAS 2 Si FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A EAS 4 M-MC EAS 4 M-FD EAS 4 PW-FD EAS 4 M-IG EAS 4 M-IG (Si) FOX EAS 4 M-TS EAS 4 M-UP/BB 202 FOX EAS 4 M-VD EASN 2 Si-IG FOX EASN 25M EASN 25M-IG EMK 6 EMK 6 EMK 7 EMK 8 EML 5 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 EMS 2/BB 24 EMS 2/BB 25 EMS 2/BB 33 M EMS 2/BF 16 EMS 3/BB 24 EMS 3/BB 25 EMS 3/BB 33 M EMS 3/BF 16 ER 308 H-IG ER 70 S-2 ER Ti 2-IG

type of filler metal
GTAW rod, high-alloyed, chemical resistant GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, chemical resistant SAW wire/flux-combination high-alloyed, chemical resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant Metal cored wire, high-alloyed, chemical resistant GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, chemical resistant GMAW flux cored wire, high-alloyed, chemical resistant GTAW rod, high-alloyed, chemical resistant GMAW solid wire, high-alloyed, chemical resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant SAW wire/flux-combination high-alloyed, chemical resistant SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant GTAW rod, high-alloyed, highly corrosion resistant SMAW stick electrode, highly corrosion resistant GTAW rod, highly corrosion resistant GTAW rod, unlegiert GMAW solid wire, mild steel GMAW solid wire, mild steel GMAW solid wire, mild steel GTAW rod, mild steel SAW wire/flux-combination, low-alloyed, high temperature SAW wire/flux-combination, low-alloyed, high temperature SAW wire/flux-combination, low-alloyed, high temperature SAW wire/flux-combination, low-alloyed, high temperature SAW wire/flux-combination, mild steel SAW wire/flux-combination, mild steel SAW wire/flux-combination, mild steel SAW wire/flux-combination, mild steel SAW wire/flux-combination, mild steel SAW wire/flux-combination, mild steel SAW wire/flux-combination, mild steel SAW wire/flux-combination, mild steel GTAW rod, high-alloyed, creep resistant GTAW rod, mild steel GTAW rod, Titanium

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2-206 2-225 2-252 2-183 2-192 2-186 2-187 2-237 2-242 2-243 2-208 2-227 2-189 2-254 2-188 2-210 2-197 2-213 2-27 2-30 2-31 2-32 2-28 2-152 2-153 2-150 2-151 2-37 2-38 2-39 2-40 2-41 2-42 2-43 2-44 2-139 2-29 2-354

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basic-coated 2-20 SMAW stick electrode. high strength 2-84 SMAW stick electrode. low-alloyed. heat resistant 2-305 GMAW solid wire. high-alloyed. high-alloyed. basic-coated 2-21 SMAW stick electrode. mild steel. high strength 2-79 SMAW stick electrode. heat resistant 2-301 GTAW rod. high-alloyed. mild steel. high strength 2-84 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-up welding. mild steel. mild steel. basic coating. high-alloyed. high efficiency 2-19 GMAW flux cored wire. basic-coated 2-23 SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed. mild steel. mild steel. metal-cored 2-36 GTAW rod. pipe welding 2-68 GMAW solid wire. mild steel. rutile-coated 2-15 SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed. high strength 2-75 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-up welding. low-alloyed. high-alloyed. high-alloyed. high strength 2-78 SMAW stick electrode. heat resistant 2-306 GMAW solid wire. heat resistant 2-313 GTAW rod. heat resistant 2-312 SMAW stick electrode. heat resistant 2-307 GMAW solid wire.Böhler Welding BÖHLER FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX ETI EV 47 EV 50 EV 50-A EV 50-AK EV 50-W EV 55 EV 60 EV 60 PIPE type of filler metal Page FOX EV 70 PIPE FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX EV EV EV EV EV EV EV EV EV 63 65 70 70 Mo 75 85 85-M 100 PIPE FOX FA FA-IG FA-IG FOX FF FOX FF-A FOX FFB FOX FFB-A FFB-IG FFB-IG FF-IG FF-IG FOX HL 160 Ti FOX HL 180 Ti HL 51-FD HL 53-FD I 52 Ni FOX KE K Nova Ni K Nova Ni SMAW stick electrode. basic coating. heat resistant 2-299 SMAW stick electrode. pipe welding 2-89 XI . low-alloyed. heat resistant 2-297 GTAW rod. pipe welding 2-66 SMAW stick electrode. low-alloyed. basic-coated 2-25 SMAW stick electrode. mild steel. mild steel. high strength 2-76 SMAW stick electrode. mild steel. rutile cellulose coated 2-12 GMAW solid wire. mild steel. heat resistant 2-311 SMAW stick electrode. high strength 2-82 SMAW stick electrode. heat resistant 2-300 SMAW stick electrode. low-alloyed. basic coating. pipe welding 2-86 SMAW stick electrode. basic-coated 2-24 SMAW stick electrode. high strength 2-81 SMAW stick electrode. mild steel. low-alloyed. high-alloyed. high-alloyed. pipe welding 2-65 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-up welding. high efficiency 2-18 SMAW stick electrode. high strength 2-77 SMAW stick electrode. rutile coated. heat resistant 2-298 SMAW stick electrode. rutile coated. pipe welding 2-64 SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed. low-alloyed. metal-cored 2-35 GMAW flux cored wire. basic-coated 2-22 SMAW stick electrode.

nickel base 2-342 SAW wire/flux-combination. stainless 2-222 SMAW stick electrode. nickel base 2-327 GTAW rod. nickel base 2-347 SMAW stick electrode. nickel base 2-348 SMAW stick electrode. nickel base 2-333 GMAW solid wire. weather resistant 2-88 SMAW stick electrode. weather resistant 2-74 SMAW stick electrode. stainless 2-176 GMAW solid wire. nickel base 2-329 GTAW rod. high-alloyed. nickel base 2-324 SMAW stick electrode. stainless 2-221 GMAW solid wire. nickel base 2-346 SMAW stick electrode. nickel base 2-331 GMAW solid wire. low-alloyed. nickel base 2-337 GMAW solid wire. nickel base 2-338 SAW wire/flux-combination. low-alloyed. nickel base 2-330 GMAW solid wire. nickel base 2-323 GTAW rod. nickel base 2-323 GTAW rod. nickel base 2-326 GTAW rod. nickel base 2-345 SMAW stick electrode.5-IG NiCu 1-IG FOX NiCuCr FOX NiMo 100 NiMo 1-IG NiMo 1-IG type of filler metal Page GMAW solid wire. nickel base 2-340 SAW wire/flux-combination. high strength 2-91 GMAW solid wire. nickel base 2-334 GMAW solid wire. low-alloyed. nickel base 2-328 GTAW rod. nickel base 2-337 GMAW flux cored wire. nickel base 2-325 GTAW rod. nickel base 2-343 SAW wire/flux-combination. nickel base 2-324 SMAW stick electrode. nickel base 2-335 GMAW solid wire. nickel base 2-322 SMAW stick electrode. low alloyed. nickel base 2-344 SMAW stick electrode. high strenght 2-80 GMAW solid wire for automatic welding. mild steel. high strength 2-90 XII . rutile-cellulosic-coated 2-10 SAW wire/flux-combination. nickel base 2-339 SAW wire/flux-combination. nickel base 2-332 GMAW solid wire. low-alloyed. nickel base 2-330 GMAW solid wire. high-alloyed. nickel base 2-325 GTAW rod. nickel base 2-341 SMAW stick electrode. nickel base 2-336 SMAW stick electrode. nickel base 2-331 GMAW solid wire. high-alloyed. pipe welding 2-69 GMAW solid wire. low-alloyed. nickel base 2-336 GMAW flux cored wire. cryogenic application 2-98 SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed.Böhler Welding BÖHLER KW 5 Nb-IG FOX KW 10 KW 10-IG KWA-IG FOX MSU Ni 2-UP/BB 24 FOX NIBAS 400 NIBAS 400-IG NIBAS 400-IG FOX NIBAS 617 NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS 617-UP/BB 444 FOX NIBAS 625 NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS 625-FD NIBAS 625-UP/BB 444 FOX NIBAS 60/15 FOX NIBAS 70/15 FOX NIBAS 70/20 NIBAS 70/20-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG NIBAS 70/20-FD NIBAS 70/20-UP/BB 444 FOX NIBAS C 24 NIBAS C 24-IG NIBAS C 24-IG NIBAS C 24-UP/BB 444 FOX NIBAS C 276 NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS C 276-UP/BB 444 FOX NiCr 625 NiCr 625-IG NiCr 625-IG FOX NiCr 70/15 FOX NiCr 70 Nb NiCr 70 Nb-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG NiCrMo 2. 2-217 SMAW stick electrode.

rutile-basic-coated SMAW stick electrode. chemical resistant SMAW stick electrode. high temperature SAW wire/flux-combination. chemical resistant GMAW solid wire for automatic welding. high-alloyed. high-alloyed. high-alloyed. stainless SMAW stick electrode. chemical resistant GMAW flux cored wire. high strength GMAW solid wire. low-alloyed. high-alloyed. pipe welding SMAW stick electrode. rutile-basic-coated SMAW stick electrode. low-alloyed. low-alloyed. high-alloyed. high temperature SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed. high-alloyed. stainless GMAW solid wire. high-alloyed. rutil cellulose umhüllt SMAW stick electrode. creep resistant GTAW rod. chemical resistant GMAW flux cored wire. low-alloyed. mild steel. stainless SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed. high-alloyed. gouging electrode SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed. creep resistant SAW wire/flux-combination. low-alloyed. chemical resistant GTAW rod. rutile-basic-coated GMAW flux cored wire. high-alloyed. special applications SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed. high temperature SAW wire/flux-combination. chemical resistant GMAW flux cored wire. high-alloyed. stainless GMAW solid wire. creep resistant SMAW stick electrode. high temperature GTAW rod. rutile-basic-coated SMAW stick electrode. low-alloyed. chemical resistant GMAW solid wire. low-alloyed. stainless SAW wire/flux-combination. high-alloyed. mild steel. chemical resistant GMAW solid wire. mild steel. low-alloyed. high-alloyed. high-alloyed. mild steel. high temperature GTAW rod. rutile typ GMAW flux cored wire. high-alloyed. unlegiert. high-alloyed. chemical resistant GTAW rod. mild steel. rutile typ GMAW solid wire. rutile typ GMAW flux cored wire.Böhler Welding BÖHLER FOX NUT FOX OHV FOX P 23 P 23-IG P 23-UP/BB 430 FOX P 24 P 24-IG P 24-UP/BB 430 FOX P92 P92-IG P92-UP/BB 910 FOX RDA FOX SAS 2 FOX SAS 2-A SAS 2-IG SAS 2-IG (Si) SAS 2-FD SAS 2 PW-FD SAS 2-UP/BB 202 FOX SAS 4 FOX SAS 4-A SAS 4-IG SAS 4-IG (Si) SAS 4-FD SAS 4 PW-FD SAS 4-UP/BB 202 SG3-P SKWA SKWA-IG SKWAM SKWAM-IG SKWAM-UP/BB 203 SPE SPEM SUM SUS Ti 52-FD Ti 52 W-FD Ti 60-FD X 70-IG X 90-IG type of filler metal SMAW stick electrode. chemical resistant GMAW flux cored wire. chemical resistant SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed. high strength Page 2-26 2-11 2-113 2-129 2-155 2-114 2-130 2-156 2-119 2-135 2-159 2-275 2-184 2-185 2-207 2-226 2-240 2-241 2-253 2-190 2-191 2-209 2-228 2-244 2-245 2-255 2-67 2-177 2-223 2-178 2-224 2-151 2-16 2-17 2-13 2-14 2-33 2-34 2-95 2-92 2-93 FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX XIII . chemical resistant SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed. low-alloyed. chemical resistant SAW wire/flux-combination. mild steel. chemical resistant SAW wire/flux-combination high-alloyed. high-alloyed. high temperature SMAW stick electrode.

FOX OHV FOX KE FOX SUM FOX HL 160 Ti FOX HL 180 Ti FOX SPE FOX SPEM FOX CEL FOX CEL+ FOX EV 47 FOX SUS. FOX ETI FOX EV 50-A EN-Classification E 42 3 C 2 5 E 42 3 Mo C 2 5 E 42 3 RB 3 2 H10 E 42 4 B 1 2 H5 E 42 4 B 1 2 H5 E 42 5 B 4 2 H5 E 46 3 B 4 5 E 46 4 Z (NiCrCu) B 4 2 E 46 5 1Ni B 4 5 E 46 5 B 1 2 H5 E 46 6 1Ni B 4 2 H5 E 46 8 2Ni B 4 2 H5 E 50 3 1Ni C 2 5 E 50 4 B 4 2 H5 E 50 4 1Ni B12 H5 E 55 3 MnMo B T 4 2 H10 E 55 4 Z(Mn2NiMo) B12 H5 E 55 5 Z2Ni B 4 5 E 55 6 1NiMo B 4 2 H5 Böhler FOX CEL 75 FOX CEL Mo FOX EV 50-AK FOX EV 50-W FOX EV PIPE FOX EV 50 FOX BVD RP FOX NiCuCr FOX BVD 85 FOX EV 55 FOX EV 60 FOX 2.5 Ni FOX CEL 90 FOX EV 63 FOX EV 60 PIPE FOX EV 70 Mo FOX EV 70 PIPE FOX BVD 90 FOX EV 65 FOX EV 70 E 62 4 Mn1NiMo B42 H5 FOX NiMo 100 E 62 5 Z2Ni B 4 5 FOX BVD 100 E 62 6 Mn2NiCrMo B42 H5 FOX EV 75 E 69 3 Mn2NiMo B 4 5 FOX BVD 110 E 69 6 Mn2NiCrMo B42 H5 FOX EV 85 E CrMo1 B 4 2 H5 FOX DCMS Kb E CrMo1 R 1 2 FOX DCMS Ti E CrMo2 B 4 2 H5 FOX CM 2 Kb E CrMo5 B 4 2 H5 FOX CM 5 Kb E CrMo9 B 4 2 H5 FOX CM 9 Kb E CrMo91 B 4 2 H5 FOX C 9 MV E CrMoWV12 B 4 2 H5 FOX 20 MVW E Mo B 4 2 H5 FOX DMO Kb E Mo R 1 2 FOX DMO Ti E MoV B 4 2 H5 FOX DMV 83 Kb E Ni 66 20 FOX NIBAS 60/15 E Ni 40 60 FOX NIBAS 400 E Ni 66 17 FOX NIBAS 617 E Ni 60 59 FOX NIBAS C 24 E Ni 62 76 FOX NIBAS C 276 E Z 16 13 Nb B 4 2 H5 FOX CN 16/13 E Z 16 6 Mo B 6 2 H5 FOX CN 16/6 M-HD E Z 17 4 Cu B 4 3 H5 FOX CN 17/4 PH E Z 17 Mo B 2 2 FOX SKWAM E Z 19 14 Si B 2 2 FOX EAS 2 Si E Z 21 33 B 4 2 FOX CN 21/33 Mn E Z 22 18 4 L B 2 2 FOX AM 400 E Z 25 22 2 NL B 2 2 FOX EASN 25 M E Z 25 35 Nb B 6 2 FOX CN 25/35 Nb E Z 35 45 Nb 6 2 FOX CN 35/45 Nb E Z CrMoV1 B 4 2 H5 FOX DCMV XIV .Classification-based or Approval-based Selection Comparison Table EN-Classification and BÖHLER products EN-Classification E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E 13 4 B 4 2 13 4 B 6 2 13 B 2 2 17 B 2 2 18 16 5 N L B 2 2 18 16 5 N L R 3 2 18 8 Mn B 2 2 Z 18 9 MnMo R 3 2 19 12 3 L R 1 2 19 12 3 L R 1 5 19 12 3 L R 3 2 19 12 3 LB 2 2 19 12 3 Nb B 2 2 19 12 3 Nb R 3 2 19 9 B 4 2 H5 19 9 H R 4 2 H5 19 9 L B 2 2 19 9 L R 1 5 19 9 L R 3 2 19 9 Nb B 2 2 19 20 20 20 22 22 22 22 24 23 23 23 25 25 25 25 29 29 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 42 42 9 Nb R 3 2 10 3 R 3 2 25 5 Cu N L B 2 2 25 5 Cu N L R 3 2 12 B 2 2 12 R 3 2 93LB22 93LR32 12 B 2 2 12 Nb B 2 2 12 2 L R 3 2 12 L R 3 2 94 N L B 2 2 20 B 2 2 20 R 3 2 4B22 9R12 9R32 0 RC 1 1 0 0 0 2 3 2 4 0 3 R12 RR 5 4 RR 7 4 RB 1 2 C21 C21 B 4 2 H5 RR 1 2 B 1 2 H10 Böhler FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA FOX CN 13/4 FOX KW 10 FOX SKWA FOX ASN 5 FOX ASN 5-A FOX A 7 FOX A 7-A FOX EAS 4 M-TS FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M FOX SAS 4 FOX SAS 4-A FOX CN 18/11 FOX E 308 H FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-VD FOX EAS 2-A FOX SAS 2 FOX E 347 H FOX SAS 2-A FOX CN 19/9 M FOX CN 20/25 M FOX CN 20/25 M-A FOX FF FOX FF-A FOX CN 22/9 N-B FOX CN 22/9 N FOX CN 24/13 FOX CN 24/13 Nb FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 25/9 CuT FOX FFB FOX FFB-A FOX FA FOX CN 29/9 FOX CN 29/9-A FOX MSU.

5 Ni-IG G 46 8 M G2 Ni2 2.5 2/SA FB 2 P 92-UP/BB 910 S Z CrWV 2 P 23-UP P 24-UP S19 12 3L / SA FB 2 EAS 4 M-UP/BB 202 S19 12 3Nb/SA FB 2 SAS 4-UP/BB 202 S 23 12 L / SA FB 2 CN 23/12-UP/BB 202 SA AR 1 97 AC BB 33 M SA FB 1 55 AC BB 430 SA FB 1 65 DC H5 BB 24 SA FB 1 68 AC H5 BB 25 SA FB 2 BB 444 SA FB 2 55 DC BB 910 SA FB 2 DC BB 202 SA FB 2 DC BB 203 SCrMoWV12/SA FB 2 20 MVW-UP/BB 24 SF MS 1 78 AC BF 16 S Ni 60 82 NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG S Ni 40 60 NIBAS 400-IG S Ni 66 17 NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS 617-UP S Ni 60 59 NIBAS C24-IG NIBAS C24-UP XV .5CrMo NiCrMo 2.5-UP/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 CM 2-UP/BB 24 CM 5-UP/BB 24 C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 S Z CrMoWVNb 9 0.5 Ni-IG G 42 4 C G0 G 4 Si 1 SG 3-P G 46 5 M G0 G 4 Si 1 SG 3-P G 55 4 C Mn3Ni1Mo NiMo 1-IG G 55 6 M Mn3Ni1Mo NiMo 1-IG G 69 5 M Mn3CrNi1CrMo X 70-IG G 69 4 C Mn3CrNi2.5-IG G 89 6 M Mn4Ni2CrMo X 90-IG G CrMo1Si DCMS-IG G CrMo2 Si CM 2-IG G CrMo5 Si CM 5-IG G CrMo91 C 9 MV-IG G MoSi DMO-IG G MoV Si DMV 83-IG G Z 13 KW 10-IG G Z 13 Nb L KW 5 Nb-IG G Z 17 Mo H SKWAM-IG G Z 17 Ti SKWA-IG G Z 18 Nb L CAT 430 L Cb-IG G Z 18 Ti L CAT 439 L Ti-IG G Z 18 16 5 NL ASN 5-IG (Si) G Z 20 25 5 Cu NL CN 20/25 M-IG (Si) EMS 2/BF 16 EMS 3/BF 16 EMS 2/BB 24 EMS 3/BB 25 EMS 2/BB 25 EMS 3/BB 24 EMS 2/BB 33 M EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 Ni 2-UP/BB 24 EMS 3/BB 33 M 3 NiMo 1-UP/BB24 3 NiCrMo 2.5-IG G 69 6 M Mn3CrNi2.5 B42 H5 FOX P 23 E Ni 61 82 FOX NIBAS 70/15 FOX NiCr 70/15 E Ni 60 82 FOX NIBAS 70/20 NIBAS 70/20-FD FOX NiCr 70 Nb E Ni 66 25 FOX NIBAS 625 NIBAS 625-FD FOX NiCr 625 G 13 4 CN 13/4-IG G 17 KWA-IG G 18 8 Mn A 7-IG G 19 12 3 L Si EAS 4 M-IG (Si) G 19 12 3 NbSi SAS 4-IG (Si) G 19 9 H CN 18/11-IG G 19 9 L Si EAS 2-IG (Si) G 19 9 NbSi SAS 2-IG (Si) G 20 10 3 CN 19/9 M-IG G 22 12 H FF-IG G 22 9 3 NL CN 22/9 N-IG G 23 12 L CN 23/12-IG G 25 94 NL CN 25/9 CuT-IG G 25 20 Mn FFB-IG G 25 4 FA-IG G 3 Ni 1 K Nova Ni G 3 Si 1 EMK 6 G 3 Si 1 EMK 6 G0 NiCu 1-IG G 4 Si 1 EMK 7 G 42 4 M G0 NiCu 1-IG G 4 Si 1 EMK 8 G 46 6 C G2 Ni2 2.5CrMo NiCrMo 2.Selection Guide EN-Classification Böhler EN-Classification G Z 21 33 Nb 22 17 8 4 NL G Z 25 35 Nb G Z 35 45 Nb H OI O III O IV OV S 13 4 / SA FB 2 S 17 / SA FB 2 S 17 Mo H S 18 16 5 NL / SA FB 2 S 18 8 Mn / SA FB 2 S 19 9 H / SA FB 2 S 19 9 L / SA FB 2 S 19 9 Nb / SA FB 2 S 22 9 3NL/SA FB 2 S 38 0 MS S2 S 38 0 MS S3 S 38 4 FB S2 S 42 3 FB S3 S 42 4 FB S2 S 42 4 FB S3 S 46 0 AR S2 S 46 3 FB S2Mo S 46 4 FB S2Mo S 46 6 FB S2Ni2 S 50 0 AR S3 S 50 4 FB SZ3Ni1Mo S 69 6 FB SZ3Ni2CrMo S CrMo1 / SA FB 1 S CrMo1 /SA FB 1 S CrMo2 / SA FB 1 S CrMo5 / SA FB 1 S CrMo91 / SA FB 2 Böhler CN 21/33 Mn-IGG Z AM 400-IG CN 25/35 Nb-IG CN 35/45 Nb-IG BW VII BW XII DMO DCMS CN 13/4-UP/BB 203 SKWA-UP/BB 202 SKWAM-UP/BB 203 ASN 5-UP/BB 203 A 7CN-UP/BB 203 CN 18/11-UP/BB 202 EAS 2-UP/BB 202 SAS 2-UP/BB 202 CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 E Z CrMoWV911 B 4 2 H5 FOX C 9 MVW E Z CrMoWVNb 9 0.5 2 B42H5 FOX P 92 E Z CrMoVNb B 21 B42 H5 FOX P 24 E Z CrWV21.

5 2 Böhler Ti 52-FD Ti 52 W-FD HL 53-FD Ti 52-FD Ti 52 W-FD Ti 60-FD HL 51-FD E 308 H PW-FD E 308 H PW-FD E 308 H-FD E 308 H-FD CN 13/4-IG A 7CN-IG EAS 4 M-IG SAS 4-IG CN 18/11-IG ER 308 H-IG EAS 2-IG SAS 2-IG CN 19/9 M-IG FF-IG CN 22/9 N-IG CN 23/12-IG FA-IG CN 25/9 CuT-IG FFB-IG EASN 25 M-IG EMK 6 DMO-IG EML 5 2.Classification-based or Approval-based Selection EN-Classification S Ni 6276 Ni 66 25 Böhler NIBAS C276-IG NIBAS C276-UP NIBAS 625-IG NiCr 625-IG NiCr 625-UP CN 13/4 MC CN 13/4 MC (F) A 7-MC A 7-FD A 7-FD A 7 PW-FD A 7 PW-FD EAS 4 M-MC EAS 4 PW-FD EAS 4 PW-FD EAS 4 M-FD EAS 4 M-FD SAS 4 PW-FD SAS 4 PW-FD SAS 4-FD SAS 4-FD E 317L-FD E 317L-FD E 317L PW-FD E 317L PW-FD EAS 2 MC EAS 2 PW-FD EAS 2 PW-FD EAS 2-FD EAS 2-FD SAS 2 PW-FD SAS 2 PW-FD SAS 2-FD SAS 2-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9 N-FD CN 23/12 MC CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12 PW-FD CN 23/12 PW-FD CN 23/12-FD CN 23/12-FD C 9 MV-MC EN-Classification T 42 2 P C 1 H5 T 42 5 2 MM 2 H5 T 46 2 P M 1 H10 T 46 4 P M 1 H 10 T 50 6 1 Ni P M 1 H5 T 46 4 M M 2 H5 T Z 19 9 H P C 1 T Z 19 9 H P M 1 T Z 19 9 H R C 3 T Z 19 9 H R M 3 W 13 4 W 18 8 Mn W 19 12 3 L W 19 12 3 Nb W 19 9 H W 19 9 L W 19 9 Nb W 20 10 3 W 22 12 H W 22 9 3 NL W 23 12 L W 25 4 W 25 9 4 NL W 25 20 Mn W 25 2 2 2 NL W 3 Si 1 W 2 Mo W 2 Si W 2 Ni 2 W 3 Ni 3 W CrMo1 Si W CrMo2 Si W CrMo5 Si W CrMo9 Si W CrMo91 W CrMoWV12 W Mo Si W MoV Si W Z 16 13 Nb W Z 18 16 5 NL W Z 19 13 Si NL W Z 20 25 5 Cu NL W Z 21 33 Nb W Z 22 17 8 4 NL W Z 25 35 Nb W Z 35 45 Nb H W Z CrMoVW 911 W Z CrMoWVNb 9 0.5 Ni-IG I 52 Ni DCMS-IG CM 2-IG CM 5-IG CM 9-IG C 9 MV-IG 20 MVW-IG DMO-IG DMV 83-IG CN 16/13-IG ASN 5-IG EASN 2 Si-IG CN 20/25 M-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG AM 400-IG CN 25/35 Nb-IG CN 35/45 Nb-IG C 9 MVW-IG P 92-IG T 13 4 MM 2 T 13 4 MM 2 T 18 8 Mn MM 1 T 18 8 Mn R C 3 T 18 8 Mn R M 3 T 18 8 Mn P C 2 T 18 8 Mn P M 2 T 19 12 3 L MM 1 T 19 12 3 L P C 1 T 19 12 3 L P M 1 T 19 12 3 L R C 3 T 19 12 3 L R M 3 T 19 12 3 Nb P C 1 T 19 12 3 Nb P M 1 T 19 12 3 Nb R C 3 T 19 12 3 Nb R M 3 TZ 19 13 4 L R M 3 TZ 19 13 4 L R C 3 TZ 19 13 4 L P M 1 TZ 19 13 4 L P C 1 T 19 9 L MM 1 T 19 9 L P C 1 T 19 9 L P M 1 T 19 9 L R C 3 T 19 9 L R M 3 T 19 9 Nb P C 1 T 19 9 Nb P M 1 T 19 9 Nb R C 3 T 19 9 Nb R M 3 T 22 9 3 NL P C 1 T 22 9 3 NL P M 1 T 22 9 3 NL R C 3 T 22 9 3 NL R M 3 T 23 12 L MM 1 T 23 12 2 L P C 1 T 23 12 2 L P M 1 T 23 12 2 L R C 3 T 23 12 2 L R M 3 T 23 12 L P M 1 T 23 12 L P C 1 T 23 12 L R M 3 T 23 12 L R C 3 T CrMo 9 1 XVI .

) E318-15 E318-17 E347-15 E347-17 E 385-15 (mod.) E310-16 E312-16(mod.) E9016-GH4R E9018-B3 E9018-D1(mod.5 Ni EV 60 EV 65 BVD RP BVD 85 EV 63 EV 65 NiCuCr C 9 MV C 9 MVW P 92 EV 70 PIPE CM 2 Kb EV 70 EV 70 Mo BVD 90 DCMV EV 70 Mo P 23 P 24 EV 70 NiMo 100 EV 75 E6013(mod.) E309-15(mod.) E309-17 E310-15(mod.) E316 L-17 E317L-17 E317LN-15(mod.) E317LN-17(mod.) E 410 NiMo-15 E 410 NiMo-25 E 410-15 (mod.) E7018-1H4R E7018-A1 E7024 E7024-1 E8010-P1 E8013-G E8016-GH4R E8018-B2 E8018-B6H4R E8018-B8 E8018-C1H4R E8018-C3H4R E8018-D1H4R(mod.) E312-17(mod.) E 430-15 E 6010 E 6013 FOX BVD 100 FOX EV 75 FOX BVD 110 FOX EV 85 FOX CN 22/9 N-B FOX CN 22/9 N FOX CN 25/9CuT FOX A 7 FOX A 7-A A 7-FD A7 PW-FD FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A FOX EAS 2-VD FOX CN 18/11 FOX CN 24/13 Nb FOX E 308 H FOX CN 24/13 FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A FOX FF FOX FF-A FOX FFB FOX FFB-A FOX CN 29/9 FOX CN 29/9-A FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-TS FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX E 317 L FOX ASN 5 FOX ASN 5-A FOX SAS 4 FOX SAS 4-A FOX SAS 2 FOX E 347 H FOX SAS 2-A FOX CN 20/25 M FOX CN 20/25 M-A FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA FOX CN 13/4 FOX KW 10 FOX SKWA FOX CEL FOX CEL+ FOX MSU FOX OHV AWS-Classification Böhler FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX KE SUM SUS ETI SPE SPEM CEL Mo CEL 75 EV 50-A EV 50-W EV PIPE EV 47 EV 50-AK EV 50 EV 55 DMO Kb HL 180 Ti HL 160 Ti CEL 85 DCMS Ti EV 60 PIPE DCMS Kb CM 5 Kb CM 9 Kb 2.) E 385-17 (mod.) E307T0-G E307T1-G E308L-15 E308L-17 E308-15 E309Cb-15 E308H-16 E309L-15 E309L-17 E309MoL-17(mod.) E316 L-15 E316 L-16 (mod.) E307-15(mod.) E8018-G E8018-GH4R E8018-W2H4R E9015-B9 E9015-B9(mod.) E9018-G E9018-GH4R E10018-G E10018-GH4R XVII .) E7010-A1 E7010-P1 E7016 E7016-1H4R E7016-1H4R E7018(mod.Selection Guide Comparison Table AWS-Classification and BÖHLER product AWS-Classification Böhler E10018-G E11018-G E2209-15 E2209-17 E2553-15(mod.) E307-16(mod.

) EC410NiMo(mod.5-IG X 70-IG NIBAS 400-IG X 90-IG CN 18/11-IG CN 22/9 N-IG CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 A 7CN-IG A 7-IG A 7CN-UP/BB 203 EAS 2-IG (Si) ER 308 H-IG EAS 2-IG EAS 2-UP/BB 202 CN 19/9 M-IG FF-IG CN 23/12-IG CN 23/12-UP/BB 202 FFB-IG EAS 4 M-IG (Si) EAS 4 M-IG EAS 4 M-UP/BB 202 ASN 5 S4-UP/BB 202 ASN 5-IG (Si) ASN 5-IG ASN 5-UP/BB 203 SAS 4-IG SAS 4-UP/BB 202 SAS 4-IG (Si) SAS 2-IG (Si) XVIII .) ER347Si P 23-UP P 24-UP FOX CN 17/4 PH HL 53-FD HL 51-FD Ti 52-FD Ti 52 W-FD Ti 60-FD CuNi 30 Fe-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG NIBAS 70/20-UP NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS 617-UP NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS 625-UP NiCr 625-IG NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS C 276-UP ER Ti 2-IG NIBAS 24-IG NIBAS 24-UP NiCrMo 2.) ER316LSi ER316L ER317L ER317LN(mod.) E2209T0-1 E2209T0-4 E2209T1-1 E2209T1-4 E308HT0-1 E308HT0-4 E308HT1-1 E308HT1-4 E308LT0-1 E308LT0-4 E308LT1-1 E308LT1-4 E308Mo-17(mod.) FOX EV 75 FOX EV 85 C 9 MV-MC A 7-MC EAS 2-MC CN 23/12-MC EAS 4 M-MC CN 13/4-MC CN 13/4-MC (F) FOX CuNi 30 Fe FOX NIBAS 70/15 FOX NiCr 70/15 FOX NIBAS 70/20 FOX NiCr 70 Nb FOX NIBAS 617 FOX NIBAS 625 FOX NiCr 625 FOX NIBAS C 24 FOX NIBAS 60/15 FOX NIBAS C 24 NIBAS 70/20-FD FOX NIBAS 400 FOX CN 16/6 M-HD CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD E 308 H-FD E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD E 308 H PW-FD EAS 2-FD EAS 2-FD EAS 2 PW-FD EAS 2 PW-FD FOX CN 19/9 M CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD CN 23/12-FD CN 23/12-FD CN 23/12 PW-FD CN 23/12 PW-FD EAS 4 M-FD EAS 4 M-FD EAS 4 PW-FD EAS 4 PW-FD E 317L-FD E 317L PW-FD SAS 4 PW-FD SAS 4 PW-FD SAS 4-FD SAS 4-FD SAS 2 PW-FD SAS 2 PW-FD SAS 2-FD SAS 2-FD CN 13/4 MC AWS-Classification Böhler EG E630-15(mod.) E70CGMH4 E70C-6MH4 E71T-1H4 E71T-1MH8 ER80S-Ni1 E81T1-Ni1MH4 ERCuNi ERNiCr-3 ERNiCrCoMo1 ERNiCrMo-3 ERNiCrMo-3 ERNiCrMo4 ERTi2 ERNiCrMo13 ER110S-G ERNiCu7 ER120S-G ER19-10H ER2209 ER307(mod.) ER309(mod.) EC308L EC309L EC316L EC410NiMo(mod.) E11018-GH4R EC90S-B9 EC307(mod.) E309LMoT0-1 E309LMoT0-4 E309LMoT1-1 E309LMoT1-4 E309LT0-1 E309LT0-4 E309LT1-4 E309LT1-1 E316LT0-1 E316LT0-4 E316LT1-1 E316LT1-4 E317LT0-4 E317LT1-4(1) E318 T1-4 E318 T1-1 E318 T0-1 E318 T0-4 E347LT1-1 E347LT1-4 E347LT0-1 E347LT0-4 EC410NiMo(mod.) ER309L ER310(mod.) ER318 ER318(mod.) ENiCrCoMo1 ENiCrMo-3 ENiCrMo-4 ENiCrMo-6 ENiCrMo-13 ENiCr-3T0-4 ENiCu-7 E16-8-2-25(mod.Classification-based or Approval-based Selection AWS-Classification Böhler E10018-MH4R(mod.) ECuNi ENiCrFe-3 ENiCrFe-3(mod.) ER308LSi ER308H ER308L ER308Mo(mod.

)-M4 R45-G R60-G R65-G EMS 2/BB 33 M EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 Ni 2-UP/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 3 NiMo 1-UP/BB24 CM 2-UP/BB 24 CM 5-UP/BB 24 C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 3 NiCrMo 2.)-F3 F62PZ-EB6-B6 F62PZ-EB9-B9 F69A4-EM4(mod.)-F3 F9P2-EB3-B3 F9PZ-EB6-B6 F9PZ-EB9-B9 F10A4-EM4(mod.) F43A3-EH10K F43A2-EM12K F48A0-EH10K F48A0-EM12K F48A2-EH10K F48A4-EH10K F48A4-EM12K F55A4-EA2-A2 F55A6-ENi2-Ni2 F55P4-EB2-B2 F55P3-EB3-B3 F62A4-EF3(mod.) ER409Cb ER410NiMo(mod.5-UP/BB 24 BW VII DMO BW XII DCMS ER70S-3 ER70S-6 ER70S-A1 ER80S-B6 ER80S-B8 ER80S-G ER80S-Ni2 ER90S-B3(mod.) ER90S-B9 ER90S-B9 (mod.5 Ni-IG CM 2-IG C 9 MV-IG C 9 MVW-IG P 92-IG NiMo 1-IG CM 2-IG P 23-IG P 24-IG CN 25/9 CuT-IG EMS 3/BF 16 EMS 2/BF 16 EMS 3/BB 33 M EMS 2/BB 33 M EMS 3/BB 25 EMS 3/BB 24 EMS 2/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 Ni 2-UP/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 CM 2-UP/BB 24 3 NiMo 1-UP/BB24 CM 5-UP/BB 24 C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 3 NiCrMo 2.) CN 20/25 M-IG CN 20/25 M-IG (Si) KW 5 Nb-IG CN 13/4-IG CN 13/4-UP/BB 203 KWA-IG SKWA-IG CAT 430 L Cb-IG CAT 439 L Ti-IG EML 5 SG 3-P EMK 6 EMK 7 EMK 8 DMO-IG CM 5-IG CM 9-IG DMO-IG NiCu 1-IG DCMS-IG DMV 83-IG K Nova Ni I 523 Ni 2.)-M4 F6A0-EH10K F6A0-EM12K F7A3-EH10K F7A4-EH10K F7AZ-EH10K F7A4-EM12K XIX .5-UP/BB 24 EMS 3/BF 16 EMS 2/BF 16 EMS 3/BB 25 EMS 3/BB 24 EMS 3/BB 33 M EMS 2/BB 24 EMS 2/BB 25 AWS-Classification Böhler F7AZ-EM12K F8A4-EA2-A2 F8A8-ENi2-Ni2 F8P4-EB2-B2 F9A4-EF3(mod.) ER430(mod.Selection Guide AWS-Classification Böhler ER385(mod.) ER90S-G ER2553(mod.

. . .4 CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE AND TEST REPORTS .2 1. u Contents 1. . . . have been replaced by EN standards.2 FORMS OF SUPPLY . . . . which were previously only applicable nationally. . . . . . . .3 STORAGE AND RE-DRYING . . . . . .7 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 STANDARD CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . This section also contains information regarding the various forms of supply in which you may purchase the different filler metals and notes about storing them properly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 1-1 . General Information u Objectives Between publication of the last updated version of this manual and the present re-organised and updated version. . . . . . a whole series of standards. . . . . . .General Information 1. . . . . . . . . . This section provides a summary of the new standards now taken into account in the product information and refers to the national standards affected. . . . .11 1. . . .

wires and deposits for tungsten inert gas DIN 8559 welding of non alloy and fine grain steels. wires and rods for arc welding of ÖNORM M 7832 creep-resisting steels. BS-EN etc. Tubular cored electrodes for metal arc welding with or without a gas shield of stainless and heat resisting steels. DIN 8555. Classification. Classification. Classification. EN 499 EN 756 EN 757 Wire electrodes and wire flux combinations for submerged arc welding of non alloy and fine grain steels. Classification. From this the contents of an European Standard are equal to a national standard (e. wires and rods for arc welding of stainless and heat resisting steels. Classification. Classification. Standard Classification Systems Classification System according European Standard European Standards for Filler Metals . NF A81-347 Tubular cored electrodes for metal arc welding DIN 8559 with or without a gas shield of non-alloy and fine grain steels. Classification.). ÖNORM-EN. 8575 BS 2901-1 Tubular cored electrodes for gas shielded metal arc welding of creep-resisting steels. Classification.General Information 1. DIN 8556 BS 2926 NF A81-343 Classification of rods. Classification. Note: „tubular cored electrodes“ are equal to the generally used term „flux cored wires“ 1-2 . Tubular cored electrodes for gas shielded metal arc welding of high strength steels.g. Covered electrodes for manual metal arc welding of high strength steels. Classification. Wire electrodes. Classification. Classification. Rods for gas welding of non alloy and creep resisting steels. ÖNORM M 7831 DIN 8556 BS 2901-2 DIN 8556 DIN 8555 BS 2901-1 ÖNORM M 7823-1 DIN 8554 BS 1453 The listed European Standards became or will become transformed into national standards. Wire electrodes. DIN 32522 Covered electrodes for manual metal arc welding of ÖNORM M 7832 creep resisting steels. BS 2901-1 Wire electrodes.Overview EN-Standard Official Title of Filler Metal Standard recent national standards EN 440 Wire electrodes and deposits for gas shielded metal arc welding of non alloy and fine grain steels. Classification. NF-EN. rods and deposits for gas shielded metal arc welding of high strength steels. Classification. wires. Classification. ÖNORM M 7822 DIN 8559 BS 2901-1 ÖNORM M 7820 DIN 1913 DIN 8529 BS 639 NF A81-309 ÖNORM M 7821 EN 758 EN 760 EN 1599 EN 1600 EN 1668 EN 12070 EN 12071 EN 12072 EN 12073 EN 12534 EN 12535 EN 12536 ÖNORM M 7824 DIN 8529 BS 2493 NF A81-340. DIN-EN. Welding consumables.1. Covered electrodes for manual metal arc welding of non alloy and fine grain steels. BS 7084 Fluxes for submerged arc welding. DIN 8575 BS 2493 NF A81-345 Covered electrodes for manual arc welding of stainless and heat ÖNORM M 7831 resisting steels.

1599 1-3 . 757 449. 757. 1599. 1600 449. alloying type key number indicating the mechanical properties of the all-weld metal key number indicating the lowest temperature with an defined average impact work designator for the alloying type of the weld deposit 449. 757. 1600 designator indicating a heat treatment of the weld deposit supplemental designations designator indicating deposition rate and type of current to be used key number for the welding positions 757 449. 757 499. 757. 757. 1599.Standard Classification Systems Classification system for EN 499 and EN 757. partially for EN 1599 and EN 1600 for example FOX EV 70 Mo short key related ENstandards description welding process. 757. 1600 coating and heat treatment descriptor showing the type of coating 499. 1599. 1600 diffusible hydrogen designator indicating the maximum diffusible hydrogen level obtained with the product 449. 1600 449. 1599. 757. type of product E 55 3 MnMo B T 4 2 H10 designator characterising the welding process or the type of product mechanical properties. 1599.

756. 12072 O gas welding 12536 P plasma welding 12072 key number indicating the mechanical properties of the all-weld metal short Rm [N/mm2] A5 [%] related EN-standards key ReL [N/mm2] 35 355 440-570 22 38 380 470-600 20 42 420 500-640 20 440. 12535 756. 758. 12535 S submerged arc welding 756. 788. 12072 T gas shielded metal arc welding with flux cored wires 758. 1599.General Information short keys/designators used for classification in EN-standards designator characterising the welding process or the type of product desigrelated nator description EN-standards E manual metal arc welding 449. 12535 79 790 880-1080 16 89 890 980-1180 15 key figures for strength properties desigyield strength of all-weld nator metal [N/mm2] 2T 275 3T 355 4T 420 5T 500 tensile strength of all-weld metal [N/mm2] 370 470 520 600 related EN-standards 756 756. 757 1-4 . 12534. 757. minimum >32 J) Z no requirements A +20 0 0 2 -20 3 -30 4 -40 5 -50 6 -60 7 -70 8 -80 related EN-standards 440. 1668. 12534 W tungsten inert gas welding 1668. 12073. 12070. 12534. 12071. 758 short keys for impact work classification of deposit temperature [°C] with average impact work >47 J short key (one specimen can have lower values. 1600 G gas shielded metal arc welding with solid wires 440. 12070. 1668 46 460 530-680 20 50 500 560-720 18 55 550 610-780 18 62 620 690-890 18 69 690 760-960 17 757. 449. 12072. 12070. 756. 449. 757.

758. properties after annealing 560-600°C / 1h / furnace / 300°C / air mechanical properties in as-welded condition short key for deposition rate and type short key deposition rate [%] 1 ≤ 105 2 ≤ 105 3 > 105 ≤ 125 4 > 105 ≤ 125 5 > 125 ≤ 160 6 > 125 ≤ 160 7 > 160 8 > 160 of current type of current alternating current or direct current direct current alternating current or direct current direct current alternating current or direct current direct current alternating current or direct current direct current related EN-standards 757. 760 *valid for ø 4 mm. 757. 1600. amperage. 12535 all related EN-standards 449. 12535 12534. 758. 12071. 12534.and horizontal welding position 4 butt weld in flat position. 12535 1-5 . 90% max. carbondioxide N no shielding gas related EN-standards 440. 1599. 1600 449. H10 10 1599. 757. 758.5. 12535 keys for hydrogen content of the deposited weld-metal related short maximum hydrogen content key [ml/100 g deposit]* EN-standards H5 5 449. 758.Standard Classification Systems short key indicating a heat treatment of the weld deposit short key description T mech. fillet weld in flat position 5 vertical down position and positions described under key 3 related EN-standards 449.7 keys for shielding gases short key type of shielding gas M shielding gas EN439-M2. 760.3. 12073. 12535 H15 15 449. alternating current for recovery-keys 1. 12534. 1599. 12071. 12071. 757 keys for describing possible welding positions short key description 1 all welding positions 2 all welding positions except vertical down 3 butt weld in flat position. 757. fillet weld in flat. yet without helium C shielding gas EN439-C1. 12073.

General Information designator for coating types designator type of coating A acid coated C cellulosic coated R rutile coated RR thick rutile coated RC rutile-cellulosic. shielding gas necessary basic. slow freezing slag. shielding gas necessary rutile or basic/fluoride.coated RB rutile-basic. shielding gas necessary metal powder. 12071. 12073. 1-6 . fast freezing slag. 1599. shielding gas not necessary basic/fluoride. 12535 758 758.coated RA rutile-acid. shielding gas not necessary other types other types without shielding gas related EN-standards 449. 12073. 757. fast freezing slag. 12535 758 12071. shielding gas not necessary basic/fluoride. 12073. slow freezing slag.coated B basic coated designators for sub-arc welding flux types designator type of sub-arc welding flux MS mangenese-silicate CS calcium-silicate ZS zirkonium-silicate RS rutile-silicate AR aluminium-rutile AB aluminium-basic AS aluminium-silicate AF aluminium-fluoride-basic FB fluoride-basic Z other types keys for short key R P B M V W Y S Z U types of fillings in flux-cored wires type and properties rutile. 760 related EN-standards 758. shielding gas necessary rutile. 12535 12535 A description of all keys defining the chemical composition is not part of this handbook. 1600 related EN-standards 756. 12071.

3 tins per master carton.5 to 5 kg.5 kg net weight. which are available at additional cost in all alloy variants on request.2. which is impermeable to water vapour. • The electrodes can always be welded with the best possible usability properties without re-drying. Forms of Supply for TIG and Gas Welding Rods Non-alloy and low-alloy welding rods are supplied in 25 kg packs. are: • The electrode coating remains absolutely dry. 3. Forms of Supply Forms of Supply for Stick Electrodes Non-alloy and low-alloy stick electrodes: Cellulose and basic-coated vertical-down electrodes: High-alloy stick electrodes: 4 boxes per master carton In hermetically sealed TINS approx. offer similar advantages. • The tin itself is made of tinplate and is ecologically disposable. The advantages of this packaging. With the exception of a few products. • There is absolutely no starting porosity. Böhler high-alloy stick electrodes are supplied in hermetically-sealed TINS with net contents of approx. High-alloy welding rods in 20 kg packs (4 x 5 kg units per pack) Forms of Supply for GMAW Wires wire basket spool d2 d1 b ENISO 544 B 300 outside diameter d1 300 Inside diameter d2 180 external width b 103 kg wire 15/16/18 18 kg 15 kg 16 kg wire net weight per spool for: non-alloy/low-alloy solid wires high-alloy solid wires and flux-cored wires non-alloy/low-alloy flux-cored wires 1-7 . 9.Forms of Supply 1.2 tins per master carton. Vacuum-packed Böhler stick electrodes. • The ability to store and transport the electrodes is not dependent on climate.

low.5 1.5 external width b 45 55 103 tapped hole kg diadistance wire meter from center d4 e1 – 10 10 – 44.0 5 15 ÖKO-MULTI . outstanding for welding robots and other mechanised stations for 250 kg of non-.plastic spool ENISO 544 outside diameter d1 S 100 S 200 S 300 100 200 300 ECO-DRUM 810 520 530 ideal bulk pack for 250 kg of non-.5 44.5 51. ECOMULTI's are reuseable and will reduce waste disposal expense and/or storage space as empty units can be packed Drum heads in two different design can be ordered seperately 1-8 800 d3 b d1 spindle hole d3 16. lowand high-alloy welding wires in robotic quality.and high-alloyed welding wires in robotic quality.5 50.

buld spool (steel) d2 d3 d1 b1 BÖHLER outside diameter d1 760 inside diameter d2 430 spindle hole diameter d3 41 width outside b1 inside b2 310 270 kg wire GS 760 Non returnable 300 Forms of Supply for Sub-arc Wires coils d1 b BÖHLER B I S PRG 80* PRG 100* outside diameter d1 390 430 390 390 430 d2 inside diameter d2 280 310 300 310 310 width b 70 100 70 80 100 kg wire 26 30 23 21 25 * coiled on a cardboard former 1-9 .

top cover 300 650 Forms of Supply for Sub-arc Welding Fluxes in bags of 25 kg in tins of 30 kg (BF 16. Outstanding for welding robots and other mechanized welding stations. BB 25. 900 1-10 . low and high alloyed welding wire in robotic quality.General Information wire basket d2 d1 b BÖHLER outside diameter d1 415 435 inside diameter d2 300 300 external width b 100 70 kg wire 25 25 K 415-100 K 435-70* * K 435 is the standard spool for stainless steel sub-arc wires Paper Drum tension ring Ideal bulk pack up to 400 kg for un-. BB 910) Individual Forms of Supply Please enquire if you have specific delivery requests for wire electrodes or other filler metals. BB 24. BB 33 M) (BB 202. BB 203.

In the case of re-drying temperatures above 250°C the temperature should be increased slowly (approx. 2 hours after the electrodes have heated up. If possible the packs of electrodes should be taken out of storage in the sequence in which they were received in the warehouse. 80-100°C) with no more than three layers on top of each other. RB B high strength fine grained steels B creep resistant steels R RB. Ceiling. Storage and Re-drying Storage of Stick Electrodes On principle coated stick electrodes should be stored in their original packaging until used.3. As a result the electrode warehouse should be protected against the elements and easily ventilated. The stick electrodes must be stored in dry rooms to protect them against damage caused by moisture. 150°C/hour) to the recommended temperature. 1-11 . Opened packs of electrodes should also be stored in dry and. B corrosion resistant and R scaling resistant steels RB. Welding straight from the dryer is recommended in all cases so as to comply with the lowest possible water contents. • A total drying time of 10 hours (= sum total of the times for the individual re-drying processes) should not be exceeded. This maximum time must also be observed if re-drying takes place in several cycles. C. B soft-martensitic steels B duplex-steels RB nickel alloys all Re-drying temperature and re-drying time can be found at the labels of our products.Storage and Re-drying 1. Electrodes that have been in direct contact with water. stick electrodes for … non and low alloy steels type of coating re-drying recommended no yes yes no yes yes no yes yes if necessary re-drying temperature in °C -300 – 350 300 – 350 -300 – 350 120 – 200 -300 – 350 250 – 300 120 – 300 re-drying time in hours -2 – 10 2 – 10 -2 – 10 2 – 10 -2 – 10 2 – 10 2 – 10 A. R. Re-drying of Stick electrodes Where electrodes have become damp it is recommended that re-drying is carried out immediately prior to welding in accordance with the temperature details specified in the following tables. The room must be fitted out with pallets or shelves since storage directly on the floor or against the walls is not recommended. AR. grease or oil should not be used for welding fabrication. if necessary. In this case even re-drying does not provide an adequate solution with the result that they should only be used for low-quality work. Coated stick electrodes that are supplied in tins require no re-drying if they are placed directly into the dryer and are used straight from there. • The recommended temperature should be maintained for approx. RR. The following procedure is worthwhile for re-drying electrodes: • The electrodes should be placed into a pre-heated oven (approx. RC. floor and walls must be dry and there should be no uncovered water in the room. • The temperature should be decreased to 70 to 90°C before removing the electrodes from the furnace. heated rooms so that there is no likelihood of the temperature dropping below the dew point.

BB 910). Re-drying of Flux-cored Wires Re-drying is usually possible in principle and should be carried out over 24 hours at approx. Flux-cored wires should be stored in warehouses with controlled temperature and humidity conditions. 350 yes ca. heated rooms so that there is no likelihood of the temperature dropping below the dew point. Powder from containers damaged during transport must be used or re-packed immediately. This can lead to pore and gas impressions on the weld at the beginning of welding. The coil with the remaining wire should be removed from the unit when welding is finished and replaced in its original packaging taking care to re-seal the compound aluminium foil as effectively as possible.500 The drying temperatures and times given in the previous table should be considered as general reference values. In these cases the stick electrodes may be re-dried for approx. The temporary storage temperature should be around 150°C and storage itself should not exceed 30 days. The high water content can usually be recognised from the welding behaviour which exhibits increased spattering or pore formation. This recommendation does not apply to cellulose-coated stick electrodes which may not be re-dried at all. Welding should only be performed using acclimatised wires. flux production agglomerated fused type of flux FB AR MS re-drying re-drying recommended temperature in °C yes ca. if necessary. In the case of stationary drying the layer of powder should not exceed 50 mm. Storage and Re-drying of Sub-arc Welding Fluxes It is recommended that flux powders are stored under the driest possible conditions and at temperatures which are as even as possible to keep water absorption to a minimum during storage.10 2 . We recommend dry. flux powder that is not used immediately must be stored temporarily at increased temperature or in sealed airtight containers. Fluoride-basic flux powders should be re-dried prior to use to ensure crack-free welding. undamaged sheet metal containers (BB 202. The temperature for temporary storage in an oven following re-drying should be 120-200°C (maximum 30 days total holding time). It is possible to dispense with re-drying for flux powders that are taken directly from sealed. If stored at below 10°C there is a danger that condensation will form on the surface of the wire when the package is opened in a heated room. for storage in dryers 100-200°C (10 days maximum total holding time). Re-drying may take place several times within the sum total of hours specified. This may be appropriate in the case of incorrect storage or as a result of other conditions leading to high water contents.10 2 . After re-drying. one hour at 100-120°C unless specified otherwise by the manufacturer.General Information It may still be worthwhile to re-dry in individual cases even in the case of stick electrodes for which there is no re-drying recommendation given in the table above. 150 re-drying time in hours 2 . airtight. 300 yes ca. The ovens used for re-drying should not permit localised overheating of the powder and must be adequately ventilated. 1-12 . Storage of Flux-cored Wires The danger of moisture absorption is not the same for flux-cored wires as for stick electrodes. BB 203. A tin such as those used for the delivery of BÖHLER flux powders for high-alloy steels may also be used for temporary storage. 150°C. Nevertheless. the „low-hydrogen” character of a flux-cored wire may be impaired by extreme contact with damp air. Powders stored in this manner may generally be kept for up to three years. The flux core is largely shielded from the ambient atmosphere by the outer metal. The aim is not more than 60 % relative humidity and at least 15°C. This may happen for example if they are stored overnight without protection in an atmosphere with high humidity.

1 und test reports.01 if no further elements are specified by the customer. mechanical property data are shown on the works certificates for all products.1 certificate or a test report with a scope of testing which deviates from schedules F and H always entails increased costs for administration and expenditure. Since this is a certificate concerning a delivery-related test according to information supplied by the purchaser. With the exception of the submerged-arc wires and flux powder. In order to do this tests must be performed on the delivery or on the production unit with which the delivery is associated. The test report includes as standard a confirmation of conformity for compliance with the applicable AWS standard or the reference to this AWS standard contained in ASME II.4. In this case costs will be charged according to expenditure.1 or 3. EN 10204-2. The costs arising will be charged according to expenditure.Certificates of Compliance and Test Reports 1. Part C.2 These certificates are product-related.2 Acceptance test certificates 3.01. The values specified are guaranteed tolerance limits (minimum and/or maximum depending on the standard requirement) and correspond to the minimum properties guaranteed for the product in this manual. Works Certificates acc. i. The heat analyses of the associated batches are specified for all solid wires and rods. AWS A5. Basically speaking all types of certificates should be requested on placing the order. 1-13 . Acceptance Test Certificates acc.2" as regards content. Cerfificates of Compliance and Test Reports General Notes Works certificates or acceptance test certificates to EN 10204 can be issued for every delivery on request. The scope of testing required must be disclosed at the point of ordering for all other schedules. This means that for all low.2 will also be issued on request. Subsequent issuing of a 3.1 and 3. EN 10204-3. It is also possible to receive test reports in accordance with AWS A5. Test Reports acc.e. This test report is comparable with a works certificate "2. it is imperative that the scope of testing should be made clear at the time of ordering or even at the enquiry stage. It is no longer possible to issue certificates at a later date if a series has already come out of production and has been processed in its entirety. The test report will correspond to "Schedule F" of AWS A5. It is imperative that the scope of testing is specified in the case of acceptance test certificates EN 10204-3.01 A test report should be requested if a certificate of the product’s conformity with the AWS is required for a customer’s project. medium and high-alloy stick electrodes and flux cored wires the respective actual values from the current quality test are inserted for the chemical analysis whilst for non-alloy electrodes and flux cored wires to some extent only statistical values based on non-specific testing are shown. a separate certificate is issued for each series or batch number. This certificate records all the values arising during the current in-process inspection that are relevant to the certificate.

General Information Notes 1-14 .

. . Product Information Übersicht Information über Werkstoffe zählt zu den wesentlichen Voraussetzungen für eine zielführende Auswahl von Schweißzusätzen.8 FILLER METALS FOR HEAT RESISTANT STEELS . . .71 2. . . . . . .49 2. . . . . . . .. . .263 2. . . . COPPER-NICKEL AND TITANIUM FILLER METALS .. . . . . . . .4 FILLER METALS FOR WEATHER-RESISTANT. .und die auslaufenden bzw. . . . . . . .. . .2. . .2 FILLER METALS FOR MILD STEELS . ..319 2. . . . . . . . .355 2-1 . . . Der beschränkte Umfang dieses Handbuches erlaubt zwar nicht eine vollständige Angabe aller relevanten Eigenschaften.5 FILLER METALS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE AND CREEP RESISTANT STEELS .. . . . . . .. . . .11 SUB-ARC WELDING FLUXES .101 2. . . . . .. . noch gültigen DIN-Bezeichnungen und die chemische Zusammensetzung aller im europäischen Raum mit Werkstoffnummern genormten Werkstoffe gegeben werden. . .3 FILLER METALS FOR PIPELINE WELDING . . . . . .6 FILLER METALS FOR STAINLESS AND CORROSION RESISTANT STEELS . .9 NICKEL-BASE.167 2.295 2. . . . . . . . . .350 2. . . . . u u Contents 2. . . . . . .10 NON FERROUS ALLOYS . . . .1 GENERAL REMARKS . . . . . .7 FILLER METALS FOR DISSIMILAR JOINTS AND SPECIAL APPLICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . .2 2. .. . . . . .5 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . doch soll zumindest ein Überblick über die gültigen EN. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. HIGH-STRENGTH AND CRYOGENIC STEELS . .

Product Information 2. areas of use and any information about temperature control and/or post-weld heat treatment. To make the changeover easier. The changeover was also carried out consistently with regard to the information about parent metals. 2-2 . and the chemical composition of the wire. solid wires. TIG rods. the reader. Section 1 provides a brief overview of the systematic way in which materials are classified according to EN 10027 and ECISS IC10. The „Typical Composition“ specifies the chemical composition of the pure weld metal for stick electrodes. NF and BS are still shown but are provided with a note referring to substitution by the EN. Details about same-alloy and similar-alloy products are also an additional feature that is designed to make it easier if you want to change the welding procedure whilst the base metal remains the same. the area of application. the header section of each page of data contains a reference to the sub-section. In both cases the data supplied was state of the art at the time of going to press. flux-cored electrodes and sub-arc wire/flux combinations. Each of the following eight sections is sub-divided in the following order according to product forms where available: stick electrodes. product form and/or a colour coding. Numbering in the footer section refers only to the section itself. If you encounter problems with the new material designations. The symbol code used for the welding position and current polarisation is matched to the labels of the product packaging. rod or welding flux for the other types of filler metals. General remarks The product information on the following pages has been kept standard for all filler metals produced by BÖHLER Welding. The information provided in „Mechanical Properties“ always refers to the pure weld metal and test conditions in accordance EN 1597-1. By comparison the guideline values specified are based on evaluations by our permanent statistical quality control department and are of an informative nature. The information regarding minimum values or ranges for the chemical composition and mechanical property values of the weld metal were primarily specified allowing for the requirements of the standard and may be considerably higher in individual cases. The „Operating Data“ represent an addition compared with previous editions of the manual. Unlike previous versions of this manual. The section „Description“ on each page of data briefly characterises the filler metal. sub-arc wire/flux combinations and gas welding rods. Details of the version are intended to facilitate archiving if individual pages of the manual are to be used as reference in other documents. In addition you will also find information about stamping or embossing of products and notes about re-drying. flux cored wires. to have a complete overview of a product.1. the welding behaviour. The intention is to make it easier for you. national standards such as DIN. all the data for a product is summarised on one page. Again. Amongst other things the classification according to standard was consistently switched over to valid editions of the EN or AWS standard. It describes the type of coating or alloy. The product description contains some alterations compared with the most recent editions of the manual. Each product is identified by its trade name and a product group. to make it easier to navigate.

= EN/DIN Material Number EN = European Standard (resp. = direct current (positive or negative polarity) or alternating current Mechanical Property Values yield strength Re N/mm2 impact work ISO-V KV J = independent from the base material the term yield strength covers the upper or lower elastic limit (ReH.2). = the test results shown in this handbook are measured using test specimen with ISO-V-notch. 5G down) vertical position down dotted arrow = limited weldability in this welding position bold arrow = especially designed for welding in this position Type of Current and Polarity = direct current (positive polarity) = direct current (negative polarity) = alternating current Combinations are possible. PE PB (h) (2F) horizontal position PC (q) (2G) horizontal vertical position PF PD (hü) (4F) horizontal overhead position PG PE (ü) (4G) overhead position PF (s) (3G. 3F.Product information Symbols and Abbreviations W. e. 3F. 1F) downhand/flat position PD. Approvals and Certifying Organisations ABS BN BV CL CRS CWB DB DNV FI GdF GL = = = = = = = = = = = American Bureau of Shipping „Baseler Norm“ Bureau Veritas Vereniging voor Controlle op Lasgebied Controlas Croatian Register of Shipping Canadian Welding Bureau German Railways Det Norske Veritas Force Technology (Dansk Standard) Gaz de France German Lloyd 2-3 . 5G up) vertical position up PA. PB. ReL) or the proof stress in the case of non-proportional elongation (Rp0.g. the derived national standard) AWS = American Welding Society DIN = German Industry Standard BS = British Standard NF = Normes Françaises Welding Positions PA (w) (1G. PC PG (f) (3G.-Nr.

bal. Poland Certificate of Conformity acc. EN 439 and DIN 32526 components in Vol. bal. 100 1-30 1-30 bal. bal. bal. bal. bal. etc. bal. bal. 100 25-75 2-5 1-3 6-14 15-25 4-8 5-15 5-20 26-40 1-3 4-6 9-12 bal. 100 bal. Germany Technical Supervisory Association. bal. bal.1 (Germany) Lloyd’s Register Lithuanian Technical Supervision Service Austrian Railways Polish Register of Shipping Registro Italiano Navale Maritime Register of Shipping.1 LR LTSS ÖBB PRS R. Russia Approval Society.Product information Approvals and Certifying Organisations KTA 1408. 100 DIN 32526 group R1 R2 -I1 I2 I3 -M12 M11 -M13 M21 M23 -M22 M32 M31 M33 -C1 -F1 -F2 EN 439 group -R1 R2 I1 I2 I3 M11 M12 M13 M14 M21 M21 M22 M23 M24 M24 M31 M32 M22 M33 C1 C2 -F1 F2 components in Vol. 2-4 . Bauregelliste A. can be found in the approval certificates – please contact the service departments for detailed information. bal. bal. bal. Norway Technical Supervisory Association. bal. bal. Austria Technical Supervisory Association. Ukraine Statoil. bal. bal. bal.I. Technology and Procurement Remark: details for approvals regarding base materials. welding positions. If the shielding gas class shows too wide ranges the handbook recommends the optimum gas composition.-% CO2 O2 H2 0-15 15-35 100 0-95 0-5 0-5 0-5 5-25 5-25 0-5 5-25 5-25 25-50 0-3 0-3 0-5 N2 He Ar bal. bal. 3-10 3-10 0-8 0-8 10-15 3-10 8-15 0-30 100 bal. bal. Shielding Gases acc. bal. bal.NA RMR SEPROZ Statoil TÜV-D TÜV-A UDT Ü VNIIGAZ VNIIST VUZ WIWEB = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = TSA Germany-approval – KTA-Standard 1408. classifications. The standardised shielding gas can be applicable but will produce different welding behaviour and/or other mechanical property values. Germany Scientific & Research Institute of Natural Gases & Gas Technologies Engineering Research Company – Russia Vyskumny Ústav Zváracsky Federal Office of Defence. 5-50 100 bal. Part 1. bal.-% CO2 O2 H2 100 1-5 N2 He Ar bal. bal. 0-50 Remark: This handbook references standardised shielding gases just in these cases where best welding result can be expected. bal.

............ edge preparation................... Due to their tensile strength and yield strength mild steels (particularly general-purpose constructional steels) are used primarily in the as-delivered condition (rolled...................................10 GTAW RODS. work in the workshop or on site.............................. In each case the choice of filler metal must be appropriate for the material involved and must allow for welding engineering aspects where the rule applicable is that the minimum mechanical and technological values of the parent metal must also be achieved in the weld metal.... In addition to choosing according to welding engineering conditions such as the weld position........... hydro power engineering................. it is also necessary to allow for the metallurgical features of the material. forged or normalised) for welded......................................................6 SMAW STICK ELECTRODES ............. material thickness........... civil and underground engineering................................................. bridge building..............45 2-5 ...................................................................... Filler Metals for Mild steels u Objectives This section provides detailed product information for filler metals that may be used to weld mild steels.................. shrinkage conditions and susceptibility to cracks.......................................Product information 2.......... u Contents OVERVIEW ..................37 GAS WELDING RODS................................... riveted and screwed structures in structural engineering..30 GMAW FLUX-CORED WIRES .............................................33 SAW WIRE/FLUX-COMBINATIONS ...........2............................. tank construction and mechanical engineering.........27 GMAW SOLID WIRES ...

20-95: E71T-1JH8 E71T-1MJH8 AWS A5.1-04: – E6013 E6013 E6013 E6013 E6013 E6013 E6013(mod.18-01: ER70S-2 GMAW solid wires EMK 6 EMK 7 EMK 8 EN 440: G G EN 440: G G EN 440: G G 42 42 46 46 46 46 4 4 4 4 4 4 M G3Si1 C G3Si1 M G4Si1 C G4Si1 M G4Si1 C G4Si1 AWS A5.18-01: ER70S-3 AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.18-01: ER70S-6 GMAW flux cored wires Ti 52-FD Ti 52 W-FD HL 51-FD HL 53-FD EN 758: T 46 T 42 EN 758: T 46 T 42 EN 758: T 46 EN 758: T 42 2 2 4 2 4 5 P M 1 H10 P C 1 H5 P M 1 H10 P C 1 H5 M M 2 H5 Z M M 2 H5 AWS A5.18M-01:E48C-GMH4 2-6 .1-04: AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.) E6013(mod.1-04: AWS A5.) E7016-1H4R E7018-1H4R GTAW rods EMK 6 EML 5 ER 70S-2 EN 1668: W 42 5 W3Si1 EN 1668: W 46 5 W2Si – AWS A5.18-01: E70C-6MH4 AWS A5.18-01: ER70S-6 AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.18-01: ER70S-6 AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.18-01: ER70S-6 AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.18-01: E70C-GMH4 AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.Mild Steel Filler Metals uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN SMAW stick electrodes FOX MSU FOX OHV FOX KE FOX SUM FOX SUS FOX ETI FOX SPE FOX SPEM FOX HL 160 Ti FOX HL 180 Ti FOX EV 47 FOX EV 50 FOX EV 50-A FOX EV 50-AK FOX EV 50-W FOX EV 55 FOX NUT EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN – 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E 38 38 38 38 42 42 38 38 38 38 38 42 42 42 42 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 4 5 3 3 5 5 RC 1 1 RC 1 1 RC 1 1 RR 1 2 RR 1 2 RR 1 2 RB 1 2 RB 1 2 RR 5 4 RR 7 4 B 4 2 H5 B 4 2 H5 B 1 2 H10 RB 3 2 H10 B 1 2 H5 B 1 2 H5 AWS AWS A5.) E7024-1 E7024 E7016-1H4R E7018-1H4R E7016 E7018(mod.20-95: E71T-1MH8 E71T-1H4 AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.

5 0.08 0.7 GMAW flux cored wires Ti 52-FD Ti 52 W-FD HL 51-FD HL 53-FD 0.06 0.5 0.7 1.3 0.1 1.06 0.04 0.4 – Ti GTAW rods EMK 6 EML 5 ER 70S-2 0.5 0.5 1.05 0.5 0.07 0.8 0.1 0.9 0.6 0.07 0.1 0.07 0.05 0.06 0.07 0.2 0.7 0.08 0.3 0.07 0.5 0.9 1.2 1.06 0.08 0.6 0.4 1.2 0.6 0.6 0.0 1.7 1.9 + + 2-7 .07 0.0 1.3 1. Zr GMAW solid wires EMK 6 EMK 7 EMK 8 0.5 0.35 – Mn 0.4 0.4 1.5 0.2 + Al.5 0.3 0.4 0.2 1.6 0.5 0.08 – Si 0.6 0.5 0.08 0.5 0.2 Ni 0.05 0.3 0.07 0.Mild Steel Filler Metals uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler C SMAW stick electrodes FOX MSU FOX OHV FOX KE FOX SUM FOX SUS FOX ETI FOX SPE FOX SPEM FOX HL 160 Ti FOX HL 180 Ti FOX EV 47 FOX EV 50 FOX EV 50-A FOX EV 50-AK FOX EV 50-W FOX EV 55 FOX NUT 0.07 0.9 0.5 1.1 1.1 0.5 1.06 0.6 0.0 1.4 0.05 0.

17-97: F6A0-EM12K F43A2-EM12K AWS A5.17-97: F7A3-EH10K F48A2-EH10K AWS A5.17-97: F7A4-EM12K F48A4-EM12K AWS A5.17-97: F7AZ-EH10K F48A0-EH10K AWS A5.17-97: F6A0-EH10K F43A 3-EH10K Gas welding rods BW VII BW XII EN 12536: O I EN 12536: O III AWS A5.2-92: R45-G R60-G 2-8 .Mild Steel Filler Metals uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN SAW wire/flux-combinations EMS 2 EMS 2/BB 24 EMS 2/BB 25 EMS 2/BB 33 M EMS 2/BF 16 EMS 3 EMS 3/BB 24 EMS 3/BB 25 EMS 3/BB 33 M EMS 3/BF 16 EN 756: S2 EN 756: S 38 6 FB S2 EN 756: S 42 4 FB S2 EN 756: S 46 0 AR S2 EN 756: S 38 0 MS S2 EN 756: S3 EN 756: S 42 4 FB S3 EN 756: S 42 3 FB S3 EN 756: S 50 0 AR S3 EN 756: S 38 0 MS S3 (continued) AWS AWS A5.17-97: F7A8-EM12K F48A6-EM12K AWS A5.17-97: EH10K AWS A5.2-92: AWS A5.17-97: EM12K AWS A5.17-97: F7A4-EH10K F48A4-EH10K AWS A5.17-97: F7AZ-EM12K F48A0-EM12K AWS A5.

08 0.5 0.0 1.45 1.04 0.25 0.1 0.07 0.04 (continued) Si 0.12 0.5 1.3 0.7 0.1 0.7 1.06 0.9 1.4 0.Mild Steel Filler Metals uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler C SAW wire/flux-combinations EMS 2 EMS 2/BB 24 EMS 2/BB 25 EMS 2/BB 33 M EMS 2/BF 16 EMS 3 EMS 3/BB 24 EMS 3/BB 25 EMS 3/BB 33 M EMS 3/BF 16 0.3 1.4 2-9 .7 Ti Ni Gas welding rods BW VII BW XII 0.5 1.5 Mn 1.08 0.8 0.08 0.1 0.15 0.3 1.08 0.07 0.12 0.4 0.08 0.12 0.5 1.05 1.

A. P235T1. A106 Gr. CL (0849). C. For industry and trade. A668 Gr. L290MB.S235J0S2 ASTM A36 a. C.180 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (52 ksi) S275JR.600) (≥ 320) (≥ 355) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: . 45. A935 Gr. SEPROZ 2-10 . B. 33. 36. 50.2Y).45.014/1).). L210 . A500 Gr. A. DNV (2). C. rutile-cellulosic-coated Description Rutile-cellulosic coated electrode with good weldability in all positions including vertical-down. Viscous puddle.1M-04: E 38 0 RC 1 1 E6013 E4313 BÖHLER FOX MSU SMAW stick electrode.0 L mm 250 350 350 amps A 70 . B. S235JRS1 . P235GH. P265GH. B. S235JRS2 . A. ÜZ (10. easy handling.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. ABS (2. GL (2Y).2 4. P235G1TH. A285 Gr. RMR (2Y). API 5 L Gr.L360NB. A907 Gr. P255G1TH.130 140 . 30. B. A.05 Si 0. 2Ym).4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. A53 Gr. C A 135 Gr. mild steel.3 Mn 0. 40. S235J0G3 . A936 Gr.100 90 . P235T2-P355T2. A607 Gr. DB (10. P255NH. 33.X52 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1104.10 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX MSU 6013 E 38 0 RC ø mm 2. B. B. A570 Gr. 45. 36.01). as-welded u 430 490 26 75 60 58 (≥ 380) (470 . P355T1. assembly and shop welding. A366. 30. A. 40. LR (2m.014. ÖBB. X42 . good gap bridging ability. A.S355J0G3. BV (2Y). all. B. D. A283 Gr.S235J0S1.5 3.1-04: AWS A5.

P235GH. ÖBB. LR (2). very good operating characteristics. B.0 5. A. A. L210 . S235JRS2 . S235JRS1 . B.240 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (52 ksi) S275JR. B.S235J0S2 ASTM A36 a. and in shipbuilding.130 350/450 110 . DB (10. A936 Gr. A106 Gr. P255NH. For small transformators.170 450 170 . P255G1TH. 33. B.100 350 90 . vehicle construction.S235J0S1.L360NB. also suitable for galvanised components. good for tack welding. D.180 250/350 60 .600) (≥ 320) (≥ 355) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: . DNV (2).0 L mm amps A 250 45 . B. C. C A 135 Gr.014. A935 Gr. A668 Gr. TÜV-A (22).0 2. X42 .4 Mn 0. flexible coating. 33. S235J0G3 . 50. B. rutile-cellulosic-coated Description Rutile-cellulosic coated electrode with good weldability in all positions including vertical-down.2 4. LTSS. 36. 40. Most popular E6013 type. C.S355J0G3.). 45. boiler and tank welding. A. A283 Gr. L290MB. A285 Gr.06 Si 0. P235T2-P355T2.X52 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5687. 40. UDT. A907 Gr. 45. SEPROZ 2-11 . FI (E 38 0 RC 11). A.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5.1-04: AWS A5.1M-04: E 38 0 RC 1 1 E6013 E4313 BÖHLER FOX OHV SMAW stick electrode. A. A607 Gr. as-welded u 460 520 25 75 60 47 (≥ 380) (470 . A53 Gr. all. P235T1. A570 Gr.6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.10 °C: Operating Data re-drying: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX OHV 6013 E 38 0 RC ø mm 2. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. ABS (2). B. C. A500 Gr.45. P265GH. ÜZ (10014). Versatile applications in structural welding.5 3. A366. 36. mild steel.12). P235G1TH. API 5 L Gr. P355T1. 30. 30. A.

A. S235J0G3 .600) (≥ 320) (≥ 360) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: .Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5.130 110 . B. 30.S235J0S2 ASTM A36 a. SEPROZ 2-12 . P235T1. popular for general steel construction.06 Si 0. D. A907 Gr.1-04: AWS A5. good striking and restriking characteristics. B. 40. B.2 4. mild steel.3 Mn 0. C. 36. C.45. A366.C.5 3. P265GH. A936 Gr.S355J0G3.X52 Approvals and Certificates UDT.380 60 . A570 Gr. flat beads. 30. P235GH. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. all. API 5 L Gr. P235G1TH. 45. 45. A.S235J0S1.L360NB. X42 . A935 Gr. 36. A. P255G1TH. LR (2m).0 2. as-welded u 430 490 26 75 65 50 (≥ 380) (470 . L210 .170 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (52 ksi) S275JR. A607 Gr. B. C. S235JRS2 . A283 Gr. P235T2-P355T2.0 L mm 250 250/350 350 350/450 amps A 45 .. L290MB. A500 Gr. rutile-cellulosic-coated Description Rutile-cellulosic coated electrode engineered for easy operating in all positions including vertical-down. A285 Gr. A106 Gr. P355T1. B.1M-04: E 38 0 RC 1 1 E6013 E4313 BÖHLER FOX KE SMAW stick electrode. A53 Gr.10 °C: Operating Data re-drying: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX KE 6013 E 38 0 RC ø mm 2. 50. C A 135 Gr. 40. A. S235JRS1 . 33. A. sound penetration. 33. A668 Gr.100 90 .5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. B. B. Excellent welding properties an A. P255NH. A.

S235J0G3 .45.1-04: AWS A5. Excellent welding properties on A. very easy slag removal. A500 Gr. 30. P235G1TH.3 Mn 0. L210 . A106 Gr.S235J0S1. A570 Gr.130 110 . B. C. A285 Gr. L290MB.S235J0S2 ASTM A36 a. A907 Gr. as-welded u 430 500 26 75 60 (≥ 380) (470 . 33. B. 33. 45. P255NH. API 5 L Gr. P235T2-P355T2. B. minimum spattering.X52 Approvals and Certificates – 2-13 .170 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (52 ksi) S275JR. A935 Gr. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 45. A936 Gr. A. C. B. rutile-coated Description Rutile coated electrode with extraordinarily good weldability in all positions except verticaldown.1M-04: E 38 0 RR 1 2 E6013 E4313 BÖHLER FOX SUM SMAW stick electrode. P265GH.5 3.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. X42 . C. A.600) (≥ 320) (≥ 360) (≥ 347) (≥ 332) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: . P255G1TH. C A 135 Gr. A607 Gr. A283 Gr. 36. P235GH. all. A.L360NB.07 Si 0. good striking and restriking characteristics. 40. 36.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.100 90 . B. B. mild steel.0 L mm 350 350 350 amps A 60 . 50. A. 40. B.2 4. A53 Gr. A366. D. S235JRS1 . P235T1.S355J0G3.10 °C: Operating Data re-drying: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX SUM 6013 E 38 0 RR ø mm 2. 30.C. A. A. A668 Gr.. P355T1. famous for fine rippled and smooth weld surfaces. Soft arc. S235JRS2 .

45.01).640) (≥ 320) (≥ 360) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: .S355J0G3. A. 33. 36. S235JRS1 .Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. B.5 Mn 0.200 450 220 . B. ABS (2). even under the most unfavourable conditions.X56 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1657. X42 . ÖBB. A. the slag is self-detaching. P265GH.L360NB. rutile-coated Description Rutile coated electrode with excellent weldability in all positions except vertical-down.1M-04: E 42 0 RR 1 2 E6013 E4313 BÖHLER FOX SUS SMAW stick electrode.10 °C: Operating Data re-drying: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX SUS 6013 E 42 0 RR ø mm 2. B. 45.07 Si 0. DNV (2). A.C.S235J0S2 ASTM A36 a. L210 . B. P235T2-P355T2. S235J0G3 . P235G1TH.014/1). A. B. 30. P295GH. P235GH. 30. C. C A 135 Gr. GL (2). A907 Gr. 33.). A935 Gr. 45. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. P355T1. A106 Gr.S235J0S1. A. 40.014. mild steel. A570 Gr. 36. all. S235JRS2 . L290MB. A607 Gr. A936 Gr. A285 Gr. API 5 L Gr.100 350/450 120 .0 5.5 3.0 2. A53 Gr.2 4.250 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S275JR.150 450 160 . D. as-welded u 430 510 27 75 55 45 (≥ 420) (500 .0 L mm amps A 300 60 . CL (1002). A668 Gr. DB (80. P255G1TH. 50. 40. A366. LR (X). Distinguished by excellent restriking characteristics. P235T1. C. A283 Gr. B. A.380 350 80 . minimum spattering and excellent welding properties on A. The weld seam is characterised by fine rippled and smooth beads. A500 Gr. P255NH.1-04: AWS A5. BV (2Y). B. C.6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. SEPROZ 2-14 . ÜZ (10.

380 250/350 60 . B. 36. C. Typical Composition of All-weld Metals wt-% C 0. D. A935 Gr. API 5 L Gr. 36. 40.07 Si 0. ABS (2). Excellent restriking characteristics and easy handling.X56 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1097. P355T1.0 2. L210 . 33. A285 Gr.). A907 Gr. A106 Gr. A.1M-04: E 42 0 RR 1 2 E6013 E4313 BÖHLER FOX ETI SMAW stick electrode. 30. P295GH.1-04: AWS A5.2 4. A. S235JRS1 . P235T2-P355T2. Versatile applications in trade and industry. BV (2). FI (E 42 0 RR 12). as-welded u 460 520 26 65 50 (≥ 420) (500 . rutile-coated Description Rutile coated electrode offering top weldability in all positions except vertical-down. A. TÜV-A (450).S235J0S2 ASTM A36 a. A936 Gr. P265GH. B. A. minimum spattering and excellent welding properties on A. P235G1TH. DNV (2). GL (2). A 135 Gr. all.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. A570 Gr.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.5 3. Good deposition lengths attainable.4 Mn 0.0 5. A500 Gr. A.C. A607 Gr. P255NH. S235J0G3 .S235J0S1.S355J0G3.110 350/450 90 . C. S235JRS2 . 45.240 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S275JR. A668 Gr. A366. UDT. A53 Gr. B. P235T1. self-detaching slag. P235GH. 50.L360NB.140 450 110 . LTSS.0 L mm amps A 250 40 . B. LR (2m). 45.360 250 45 . A283 Gr.640) (≥ 320) (≥ 350) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: Operating Data re-drying: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX ETI 6013 E 42 0 RR ø mm 1. P255G1TH. 33. 30. B. B.5 2. mild steel. C. A. L290MB. Extremely smooth beads. 45. 40. SEPROZ 2-15 . C. B. X42 .190 450 170 .

B.20 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated.X52 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0731.S235J2S1. TÜV-A (74). ÜZ (10. rutile-basic-coated Description Rutile-basic coated electrode especially recommended for out-of-position work except vertical-down. C. C.). ABS (2). A.014. S235JRS2 . Excellent welding properties on A. A. B.S355J2G3. A106 Gr. mild steel. X42 . P235T2P355T2. S235JRS1 . 33. A.08 Si 0.0 5.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. 30. all. P235T1-P355T1.375 250/350 60 . LTSS.5 3. B. A607 Gr. P265GH. Produces first class X-ray quality welds. 50. P235G1TH. A285 Gr. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.190 450 170 .014/1). A. A570 Gr.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 420 500 28 90 75 70 60 (≥ 380) (470 .600) (≥ 320) (≥ 370) (≥ 360) (≥ 350) (≥ 347) + 20 ±0 . A. 36. 40. DNV (2). UDT.1-04: AWS A5.L360NB. A936 Gr. BV (3Y). CL (0727). LR (X).10 . GL (3Y). SEPROZ 2-16 .0 L mm amps A 250 45 . C. C. A366. B. thus suitable for many different base metals. B. as-welded Operating Data re-drying: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX SPE E 38 2 RB ø mm 2.03). A668 Gr. L210 . A135 Gr. 33. API 5 L Gr.) BÖHLER FOX SPE SMAW stick electrode. Preferably used in structural and tank welding as well as in tube&pipe construction.0 2. S235J2G3 . A53 Gr. B. 30. L290MB . A283 Gr.140 450 110 . DB (10. D. 40. Excellently suited for welding root passes. A935 Gr.L360MB. P255G1TH. A500 Gr. A907 Gr.S235J2S2 ASTM A36 a. 45. 45.250 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (52 ksi) S275JR. P235GH.2 Mn 0.C. P255NH. 45. High mechanical properties.1M-04: E 38 2 RB 1 2 E6013(mod. ÖBB. 36.2 4.100 350 90 . B. A.) E4313(mod.

1-04: AWS A5. A.190 450 200 . Especially suited for X-ray quality root pass and out-of-position welds. 33. L210 . A607 Gr. 45. C.140 350 140 .Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. 36.X52 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0732. B. 30. BV (3Y). 36. P265GH. S255N . A935 Gr. B. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. P255NH. TÜV-A (528). S235J2G3 .L360NB.20 °C: Operating Data re-drying: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX SPEM E 38 2 RB ø mm 2.) BÖHLER FOX SPEM SMAW stick electrode.014/1). boiler and tank welding. A668 Gr. Preferably used for pipeline. A907 Gr.1M-04: E 38 2 RB 1 2 E6013(mod.6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 50. L385M. CL (0720). A570 Gr. X42 . C. SEPROZ 2-17 .390 350 110 . A283 Gr. A.600) (≥ 320) (≥ 355) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: . P355T1. DNV (2). 40. rutile-basic-coated Description Rutile-basic coated electrode especially suited for out-of-position welding except vertical-down. A135 Gr. A. A.2 Mn 0. all. C.2 4. Exceeds the FOX SPE electrode in mechanical strength thanks to the elevated Mn-content of the weld deposit. ABS (2). A53 Gr. P235T2P355T2. P235G1TH. P295GH. 45.250 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (52 ksi) S275JR.0 5.0 L mm amps A 250/350 70 .5 3. C.) E4313(mod. A. S235JRS2 .). B. mild steel. 30. D.014. A936 Gr. DB (10. B. B.06). A285 Gr. P255G1TH. L210MB . GL (2Y). B.S355J2G3.S235J2S2. S235JRS1 S235J2S1. API 5 L Gr. A500 Gr. ÜZ (10.L360MB. A. 40.08 Si 0.S355N ASTM A36 a. ÖBB. as-welded u 450 540 27 70 (≥ 380) (470 . A106 Gr. LR (X). B. P235GH. A366. 45. 33.

3 Mn 0. as-welded u 420 520 26 100 30 (≥ 400) (490 . A283 Gr. A. C.0 5. S235JRS1 . 50 Approvals and Certificates ABS (2. SEPROZ 2-18 . P235GH. mild steel.600) (≥ 322) (≥ 370) (≥ 347) (≥ 327) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: . S275J0G3. A907 Gr. all.1M-04: E 38 0 RR 5 4 E7024-1 E4924-1 BÖHLER FOX HL 160 Ti SMAW stick electrode. LR (X). 40.2Y*). 40. C.230 240 . S235J0G3. GL (2Y).280 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (52 ksi) S235JR. 36. high efficiency with 160 % metal recovery. A. P295GH.6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. D. A607 Gr. B. A668 Gr. 45. high efficiency Description Rutile coated electrode. UDT. S255N. S275JR. Useable for rusty and coated steels and plates. 45. 30.20 °C: Operating Data re-drying: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX HL 160 Ti 7024-1 E 38 0 RR ø mm 3. A570 Gr. S355J0G3. 36. S235JRS2 . B.180 190 . A366.S235J0S1.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. B.2 4.S235J0S2 ASTM A36 Gr. Fast flowing puddle. A936 Gr. A.1-04: AWS A5.08 Si 0. 33. A285 Gr. 30. 33. P265GH. 45. Preferred for fillet and butt welds in horizontal position. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. A935 Gr. Easy slag removal in fillet welds in acute angles.0 L mm 450 450 450 amps A 140 .

A935 Gr. S235J0G3.S235J0S1. S275J0G3.330 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (52 ksi) S235JR. mild steel. P235GH.10 °C: Operating Data re-drying: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX HL 180 Ti 7024 E 38 0 RR ø mm 3. A907 Gr. A570 Gr. C. B. C.S235J0S2 ASTM A36 Gr. 50 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-A (17). S275JR. 33. A668 Gr. Highly economical for multi-layer welding of heavy cross sections. RINA (2). 45. LR (2m). 180 % metal recovery. 33. A. A. Excellent striking characteristics. SEPROZ 2-19 .1-04: AWS A5. DNV (2). ABS (2). Self-detaching slag.0 5. all.07 Si 0. 40.180 160 .0 L mm 450 450 450 amps A 120 . FI (E 38 0 RR 74). smooth welds free of undercuts. P265GH. B. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. UDT. D.2 4.8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 30. high efficiency Description Rutile coated iron powder electrode yielding approx.1M-04: E 38 0 RR 7 4 E7024 E4924 BÖHLER FOX HL 180 Ti SMAW stick electrode. GL (2). as-welded u 440 510 27 85 65 50 (≥ 400) (490 . 30. P295GH. A366. 40.230 200 . S235JRS1 . S235JRS2 . B. S355J0G3. A.5 Mn 0. 36. S255N.600) (≥ 322) (≥ 360) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: . A936 Gr. A283 Gr. A607 Gr. 36. 45. 45.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. A285 Gr.

X52 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1098. 50. 33. A851 Gr. C.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 460 530 27 190 110 90 (≥ 400) (490 . A656 Gr. 50. 1-5. 36. P265GH. RINA (3YH5. LR (3m H5). S235JRS1 S235J4S.20 °C: . X42 . S255NL . 50. TÜV-A (72). A. 70.014.0 L mm amps A 250/350 80 . B. A. P235T1-P275T1.5 Mn 0. A606 Gr. A 572 Gr.2 4. A570 Gr. A366.180 450 180 .S355J2G3. A266 Gr. P235G1TH.S355NL. 60.S355G3S. P295GH. GL (3H5). crack resistant and ageing resistant thus especially suited for rigid weldments with heavy seam cross sections. A841. A607 Gr. DNV (3H10). A516 Gr. A. 3H5). all. B. BV (3HHH).L320MB. L290MB . 36.014/1).230 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (52 ksi) S235JR-E295. S355G1S . Weld metal extremely ductile.110 350/450 100 . VUZ. Metal recovery about 110 %. 2 h Electrode identification: FOX EV 47 7016-1 E 38 4 B ø mm 2. A299 Gr. D. ÜZ (10. A515 Gr. 1. basic-coated Description Basic coated electrode for high-quality welds. 65. A907 Gr. min.580) (≥ 22) (≥ 110) (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. 60. A283 Gr. A935 Gr. ISPESL (X).5 3. 30. 33. S235J2G3 . DB (10. B.09). SEPROZ 2-20 .0 5. all. A328. API 5 L Gr. P255NH-P355NH. A668 Gr. UDT. A214.350 °C. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.06 Si 0. Good weldability in all positions except verticaldown.S355N. A36 Gr.1-04: AWS A5.600) (≥ 322) (≥ 110) s 400 500 29 200 150 100 (≥ 360) (450 . RMR (2). ABS (3H5). 1. P275T2.40 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 . C22. 30. P235T2. A936 Gr. ÖBB. P235GH. 45. A285 Gr. 45. GE200-GE240 ASTM A 27 a. 4. 2. C. 55. P255G1TH. mild steel. as-welded s stress relieved 600 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air + 20 °C: . 2. Very low hydrogen content (according AWS condition HD < 4 ml/100 g weld metal).1M-04: E 38 4 B 4 2 H5 E7016-1H4R E4916-1H4R BÖHLER FOX EV 47 SMAW stick electrode. 45.). A. L210 L320. B. 40. 42.140 450 130 .Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. LTSS. B. A 242 Gr. S255N . 40.

ÖBB.5 Mn 1. A.0 L mm 250 250/350 350/450 450 450 450 amps A 50 . 30. S255NL .370 80 . API 5 L Gr. 2 h Electrode identification: FOX EV 50 7018-1 E 42 5 B ø mm 2. basic-coated Description Basic coated electrode engineered for high-quality welds. PDO. A266 Gr. 45. LTSS. 1-5. VUZ. P255NH-P355NH. A283 Gr.290 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235JR-E335. 33. A907 Gr. FI (E 42 5 B 42 H5).). CL (0210).07 Si 0. S235J2G3 .014/1).014. A.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. B. all. B. 4.2 4. A 572 Gr. P295GH.1M-04: E 42 5 B 4 2 H5 E7018-1H4R E4918-1H4R BÖHLER FOX EV 50 SMAW stick electrode. Welding in steel construction. D. and machine construction as well as for buffer layers on build ups on high carbon steels. 2. A668 Gr. L210 .S355NL.0 6. 45. 50. A936 Gr. X42 .640) (≥ 322) (≥ 120) s 430 520 29 220 190 140 (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. 70. A935 Gr. UDT. Especially suitable for off-shore construction. A606 Gr.1-04: AWS A5. as-welded s stress relieved 600 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air + 20 °C: . S235JRS1 . DNV (3YH10). P265GH. A299 Gr. 36.S355G3S. It can be used in sour gas applications (HICTest acc. Test values for SSC-test are available too. S255N . ISPESL (X).1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 490 560 27 190 160 100 (≥ 420) (500 . B. Metal recovery approx. 50. C. GE200-GE260. A 242 Gr. 65. 60. A285 Gr.02).110 100 . Excellent strength and toughness properties down to -50 °C. 3YH5). P355T2.S355J2G3. CRS (3YH5) 2-21 . A. 50. Very low hydrogen content (according AWS condition HD < 4 ml/100 g weld metal). SEPROZ. A607 Gr. ABS (3H5. A515 Gr. 45. 36. GE300 ASTM A 27 a. P235G1TH. DB (10. 33. A841. vehicle construction. BV (3YHHH). 30. 55.230 240 .180 180 . Good weldability in all position except for vertical-down. 1. CODT tested at -10 °C. A214. 60. C.S235J4S. RMR (3YHH).350 °C.0 5. P235T2. LR (3. P235T1-P355T1. 1. all.S355N. NACE TM-02-84). P255G1TH.140 130 .5 3.L320MB. ÜZ (10. 40. GL (4Y40H15).50 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 . B. Suitable for welding steels with low purity and high carbon content. 4Y). 110 %. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 2. mild steel. A. B.0 2. A851 Gr. min. TÜV-A (32). A570 Gr. C22.L360NB L290MB . A516 Gr. 42. A328. 40.20 °C: .X56 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0426. A36 Gr. A366. P235GH. boiler and tank manufacture. RINA (4YDH5/4DH5). S355G1S . shipbuilding. A656 Gr.

190 450 190 . B. B.S355G3S. A656 Gr.1M-04: E 42 3 B 1 2 H10 E7016 E4916 BÖHLER FOX EV 50-A SMAW stick electrode. 60. B.6 Mn 1.S355J2G3. GE200-GE260 ASTM A27 a. 36. mild steel. A285 Gr.250 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235J2G3 . A516 Gr.640) (≥ 320) (≥ 100) (≥ 347) s 400 520 28 180 + 20 °C: . 45. Well suited for small transformers.L360MB. API 5 L Gr. S355G1S . 36. A515 Gr. A366. all. 70. 1.30 °C: (*) u untreated. A570 Gr. P295GH.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 440 550 28 180 (≥ 420) (500 . basic-coated Description Basic double coated electrode with excellent weldability in all positions except vertical-down. A935 Gr. X42 . A606 Gr. S255N. 42.S355N. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. Especially suited for out-of-position welding thanks to the well controlled arc. S235JR-E295. 33. A. A283 Gr. Good suitability for welding on AC Minimum spatter loss. 33. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 . L290MB . 50. P235T2-P355T2. 45. A. Excellent root penetration. 55. 45. D.). 2 h Electrode identification: FOX EV 50-A 7016 E 42 3 B ø mm 2. A328. P235G1TH.05 Si 0. all. A 572 Gr.014. min. 40.150 450 140 . 1-5.390 350/450 100 . 2. B. P255NH-P355NH. ÖBB 2-22 . C22. 1. 30. P235GH.0 5. P235T1-P355T1. 4. B. A607 Gr. A841.X56 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7105. 50. A242 Gr. Very easy slag removal with uniform beads. A668 Gr.2 4. A851 Gr.5 3. P265GH. C. A214. L210 . A36 Gr. S255N . P255G1TH. C.L360NB.17). 2. 50. 30. 40. A907 Gr.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. S235JRS1 . A266 Gr.0 L mm amps A 350 60 . DB (10.1-04: AWS A5. A936 Gr. A. 65.350 °C. 60.S235J3S. A299 Gr. Low hydrogen content in the weld deposit (HD < 10 ml/100 g deposit). A.

A366. all.5 3.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. A570 Gr. D. A935 Gr. P255NH-P355NH. 2. 2. L210 L360NB.S355N. 50. 1-5. 40. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. A 572 Gr.210 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235JR-E335. A266 Gr. P295GH. A936 Gr. 45. A668 Gr. API 5 L Gr. 30. 60. P235T1-P355T1. mild steel. A283 Gr.6 Mn 1. 30. A656 Gr. P255G1TH. min.0 L mm 250 350 450 amps A 70 . A214. A515 Gr. X42 . 33. A328. 33. A. 65. A.S355NL. 42.30 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 . P235G1TH. Good weldability in all position except vertical down. A. LTSS 2-23 . A285 Gr. B.640) (≥ 322) (≥ 120) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: . all. C22.04 Si 0. GE300 ASTM A27 a. rutile-basic-coated Description Rutile basic coated electrode for high quality weld joints.1M-04: E 42 3 RB 3 2 H10 E7018(mod. 45.390 100 . P235T2. A841. GE200-GE260. B. P355T2. 50. A299 Gr. A851 Gr.1-04: AWS A5.) BÖHLER FOX EV 50-AK SMAW stick electrode.140 150 . 1. B. A907 Gr. C. A606 Gr. 1. 4. S255NL .) E4918(mod. S235J2G3 . 70.2 4. 50. as-welded u 480 560 30 200 140 (≥ 420) (500 . 36.S355G3S. A 242 Gr.X56 Approvals and Certificates UDT.S355J2G3.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. A516 Gr.350 °C. 40. 2 h Electrode identification: FOX EV 50-AK E 42 3 RB ø mm 2. Specially suited for welding on ACpolarity. P265GH. S355G1S . L290MB. S255N . 125 %. S235JRS1 S235J3S. 60. B. 55. A607 Gr. Increased weld metal recovery of app. B. A. P235GH. C.20 °C: . A36 Gr. 36. 45.

A907 Gr. B. B. 45. PDO. 50.230 Polarity negative for root pass Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235JR-E335.0 5. A515 Gr. A. 2. D. S235J2G3 . 30.185 80 . 42. CL (0498). GE300 ASTM A27 a. UDT. A. 45. A266 Gr. 65. 30. P235T2.180 180 . For root pass welding.140 110 . 1. A285 Gr.S355G3S. 60. A 572 Gr. A328. A606 Gr. 1. A 242 Gr.160 55 .5 Mn 1. DC negative polarity is recommended. Especially suited for root pass welding. 33. A841. Very low hydrogen contents in the weld deposit (according AWS condition HD < 4 ml/100 g weld metal). GE200-GE260.0 2. C. 40. API 5 L Gr. LTSS. A935 Gr. P255G1TH.L360NB. mild steel. S235JRS1 . A668 Gr.S355J2G3. 55. L290MB. A214. SEPROZ 2-24 . A570 Gr. A.S355NL. A656 Gr.350 °C. A607 Gr. all. Smooth and slag-free welds.). P355T2.S235J4S. 2.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. P235T1-P355T1. S355G1S .0 L mm 300 350 350 350 450 amps A 40 . A283 Gr. Crack resistant deposits of high toughness at ambient and subzero temperatures. A299 Gr. 36. 36.X56 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4180. 70. 33. 2 h Electrode identification: FOX EV 50-W 7016-1 E 42 5 B ø mm 2.1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 460 560 28 200 150 120 (≥ 420) (510 . Excellent weldability in all positions except vertical-down. FI (E 42 2 B 12 H5). B.S355N.07 Si 0. B. 50. P235G1TH. P255NH-P355NH. C. P295GH. 60. S255NL .1-04: AWS A5. P235GH.2 4. A36 Gr. A516 Gr. A851 Gr. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. basic-coated Description Basic coated electrode for high-quality joint welds. 4. min. A936 Gr. GL (3YH5). P265GH. 50. X42 . 45. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air + - 20 20 40 50 °C: °C: °C: °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 .5 3. S255N . 40. 1-5. Especially suited for welding on AC. L210 .1M-04: E 42 5 B 1 2 H5 E7016-1H4R E4916-1H4R BÖHLER FOX EV 50-W SMAW stick electrode. A366.640) (≥ 325) (≥ 110) s 400 520 28 200 160 130 (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. C22. all. B. A.

mild steel. all. A606 Gr. L290MB. SEPROZ 2-25 . 33. TÜV-A (232). S235JRS1 . 60.50 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 . A570 Gr. container and vehicle construction. all.S355G3S. 45. GE200-GE300 ASTM A27 a. A907 Gr. 36. 50. NACE TM-02-84). 2 h Electrode identification: FOX EV 55 7018-1 E 46 5 B ø mm 2. 30.1M-04: E 46 5 B 1 2 H5 E7018-1H4R E4918-1H4R BÖHLER FOX EV 55 SMAW stick electrode. B. It can be used in sour gas applications (HIC-Test acc.35 Mn 1. Test values for SSC-test are available too. 65. B. S235JR .0 L mm 250 350 450 amps A 80 . 2.L415NB. UDT. B.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. A. P235G1TH. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air + 20 °C: . A 572 Gr. 30.140 130 . 70.S235J4S. tank. P255G1TH. 1. P235T1-P355T1. A516 Gr. Also suited for buffer layers on build ups on high-carbon steels. A851 Gr. 45. 1. A 242 Gr. 60. 42.680) (≥ 322) (≥ 130) s 470 530 30 200 (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. S255N .4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 500 550 30 220 170 90 (≥ 460) (530 .1-04: AWS A5. A285 Gr.). S255NL1. Suitable for welding in steel construction. 50. 55. A266 Gr. A328. A. C.S460N. P235GH. P295GH. LTSS.180 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 460 N/mm2 (78 ksi) S235J2G3 . A607 Gr. Excellent weldability in all positions except vertical-down. P265GH.5 3. X42 . 4. API 5 L Gr.110 100 . A299 Gr. A668 Gr. RMR (3 YHH). 2. 40. A366.S355J0.S460NL. 33. A936 Gr. A515 Gr. B. D.X60 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (3654. P235T2 -P355T2. A214.S355J2G3. 1-5. A36 Gr. Low-temperature ductility down to -50 °C.2 4. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.08 Si 0. A283 Gr. C. S255NL . 50. 36. boiler. A935 Gr. A841. min. A. 40. L210 .350 °C. A. 45.20 °C: . Very low hydrogen content in the weld deposit (according AWS condition HD < 4 ml/100 g weld metal). S355G1S . P255NH-P355NH. B. basic-coated Description Basic coated electrode for high-quality joint welds with high strength and toughness properties. shipbuilding and mechanical engineering. A656 Gr.

240 250 . Suitable for edge bevelling. cutting grooves.2 4. High gouging speed in all positions useable.0 L mm 350 350 amps A 180 . Operating Data re-drying: not necessary Electrode identification: FOX NUT ø mm 3. removal of unsound material and cracks prior to repair welding.320 Approvals and Certificates – 2-26 . gouging electrode Description Special electrode for gouging of various base Materials without oxygen.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SMAW stick electrodes BÖHLER FOX NUT SMAW stick electrode. mild steel.

A907 Gr. B. S235JRS1-S235J4S. A328. all. S255N-S385N. A570 Gr. B. B. 42. 620 °C/2 h – shielding gas 100 % Argon Operating Data shielding gases: Argon rod marking: front: W3Si1 back: ER70S-6 ø mm 1. UDT.6 2. P255NH.0 2.4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 430 540 27 160 70 (≥ 420) (500 . A515 Gr. 30. P255NH-P385NH.18-01: AWS A5. 40. TÜV-A (521). C. P235G1TH. GE200-GE260 ASTM A27 a. 55.4 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235J2G3-S355J2G3. Test values for SSCtest are available too. 36. 50. LTSS. The welding rod is suited for joints in boiler and vessel fabrication as well as in structural steel engineering. C. 40. A283 Gr. 2. 1. 65. L290MB. A516 Gr. 4. A656 Gr. A 572 Gr. A 242 Gr. A214. mild steel Description TIG-welding rod with high silicon content. It can be used in sour gas applications (HIC-Test acc. A851 Gr. B. P235T1-P355T1. A841. 1-5. X42 .Mild Steel Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 1668:1997: AWS A5. SEPROZ 2-27 . A. 60. as-welded – shielding gas Argon s stress relieved. A266 Gr. B. A36 Gr.Nr: W 42 5 W3Si1 ER70S-6 ER48S-6 1.5125 BÖHLER EMK 6 GTAW rod.50 °C: (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. 50. P255G1TH. S355G1S-S355G3S. P235GH. L210. 33. 50. 45. A366. 60. A285 Gr. A936 Gr. 33. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.640) (≥ 320) (≥ 100) s 400 510 28 180 110 + 20 °C: . A606 Gr. API 5 L Gr. A.18M-04: W.40 °C: . P295GH. A. A935 Gr. NACE TM-02-84). A668 Gr. 45.). 45. A. 30. 2. D. 70. P265GH. E360. A607 Gr.X56 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09717. 1.1 Si 0.9 Mn 1. P310GH. all. 36. A299 Gr.

40. as-welded – shielding gas 100 % Argon s stress relieved.50 °C: (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. A668 Gr. mild steel Description Very popular TIG rod for high integrity welds. 65.20 °C: . P235G1TH. CL (1010). DB (42. A851 Gr. A907 Gr.18-01: AWS A5. 4.S355J2G3. A936 Gr. 70. P255G1TH. A.680) (≥ 323) (≥ 130) s 490 570 30 200 210 + 20 °C: . 45. S235JRS1 .4 3. 45. C. P235GH.1 Si 0. A266 Gr. B. A285 Gr. D. P310GH. A515 Gr. L290MB. 60.Mild Steel Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 1668:1997: AWS A5. 42.X60 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1096. B. all. A299 Gr. 1-5. C. X42 . A242 Gr. A841. 60. 50. 36. P265GH. 55.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 460 N/mm2 (67 ksi) S235J2G3 . A283 Gr. ÖBB. 1.S235J4S. 33. API 5 L Gr. A656 Gr.02). 1. E360.6 Mn 1.). A328. A. 30. The low Si-content renders this filler metal particularly also for joint welds that are subjected to enamelling or galvanising. A935 Gr. 2. P235T1-P355T1. A366. L210. GE200-GE260 ASTM A27 a. P295GH. S355G1S . TÜV-A (373). UDT 2-28 . A516 Gr. 45. A36 Gr.S385N. all.0 2. A607 Gr.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 500 600 26 220 200 (≥ 460) (530 . 36.18M-04: W 46 5 W2Si ER70S-3 ER48S-3 BÖHLER EML 5 GTAW rod. B.50 °C) BÖHLER EML 5 can be used in sour gas applications (HIC-Test acc.014. 40. 50. A214. B. 2. S255N . 30.014/2). A606 Gr. 50. ÜZ (42. P255NH-P385NH. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. NACE TM-02-84) as well. B. Especially suited for root pass welding (approved at . A 572 Gr.6 2. 620 °C/5 h – shielding gas 100 % Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W2Si back: ER70S-3 ø mm 1.S355G3S. A. P255NH. A. 33. A570 Gr. Statoil.

A36 Gr. P235GH. For applications involving single and multipass GTAW and/or low temperature toughness requirements down to -50 °C we recommend our GTAW rod Böhler EML 5 (AWS ER 70S-3).S235J4S. P235T1. GE200-GE260 ASTM A27 a. S235JRS1 . A 113. A214. A 36. P255G1TH. A 139 Approvals and Certificates – 2-29 . L210. P255NH. A34 Gr. S255N. P255NH.6 2.0 2. P235G1TH.18-01: AWS A5.05 Si 0. Böhler ER 70S-2 is primarily used for single pass welding.Mild Steel Filler Metals – GTAW Rods AWS A5.4 3. Ti and Zr as strong deoxidents in addition to Mn and Si and is often referred to as triple deoxidised.5 Mn 1. as-welded – shielding gas 100 % Argon (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: back: ER70S-2 ø mm 1.1.29 °C: ≥ 27 (*) u untreated. mild steel Description Böhler ER 70S-2 is a copper coated GTAW rod containing Al. P310GH.2 Ti + Zr + Al + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal u ≥ 420 ≥ 520 ≥ 23 + 20 °C: ≥ 80 . P295GH.18M-04: ER70S-2 ER48S-2 BÖHLER ER 70 S-2 GTAW-rod. A 210 Gr. P265GH.0 Base Materials especially for rod pass welding of steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235J2G3. E360. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. This has advantages when rimming or semi-killed mild steels are welded or where joint preparations are rusty or contaminated. 1. all.

A936 Gr. A. mild steel Description Copper-coated solid wire suited for universal GMAW application in structural steel engineering. A285 Gr. 65.S385N.1 Si 0. 60. LTSS. 50 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (3036. A935 Gr. ÜZ (42. 70. These types are especially suited for robotic welding. P255NH. C. A299 Gr. A907 Gr.). 40. A. TÜV-A (83).18-01: AWS A5. 40. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.014. 1. 4. S235JRS1 . as-welded – shielding gas 100 % CO2 s stress relieved. 1. FI (G 38 4 C G3Si1). B.18M-04: W.25 % CO2 u2 untreated. B A214.2 1.640) 30 (≥ 324) 29 (≥ 322) + 20 °C: 160 (≥ 390) 120 (≥ 370) . A. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 . B. P255NH-P385NH. 36. 3YSA). A841. B2A. 2. L290MB. A656 Gr. A516 Gr.S235J4S. SEPROZ 2-30 . S355G1S S355G3S.014/2).11).S355J2G3. all. 33. The non copper coated version of the solid wire BÖHLER EMK 6 TOP is designed for low spatter formation and excellent feeding properties for extremely high wire feed rates. A242 Gr. 42. 55. 30. P235G1TH. GE200-GE260 ASTM A27 a. 50.9 Mn 1. 45. 3YS H15). 620 °C/2 h – shielding gas Ar + 15 .Nr: G3Si1 (for wire) G 42 4 M G3Si1 G 42 4 C G3Si1 ER70S-6 ER48S-6 1. A366.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm 0. all.Mild Steel Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 440:1995: EN 440:1995: AWS A5. A607 Gr. A668 Gr.8 1. C. 50. CWB (X). P235GH. P265GH. A.5125 BÖHLER EMK 6 GMAW solid wire.0 1. LR (3S. UDT. B. A266 Gr.640) 540 (500 . A36 Gr. A328. 2. A572 Gr. A283 Gr.4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal u u2 440 (≥ 420) 440 (≥ 420) 530 (500 .6 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235J2G3 . A851 Gr. 30. 60. 45. A570 Gr. E360.40 °C: 80 (≥ 347) 50 (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. A515 Gr. S255N . A606 Gr. GL (3YS). L210. D. DNV (III YMS). 36. P255G1TH. A556 Gr. 33.25 % CO2 (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J s 380 490 30 160 (≥ 360) (470 . A106 Gr.590) (≥ 322) (≥ 390) (≥ 347) Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 15 . P235T1-P355T1. P295GH. P310GH. 45. ABS (3SA. ÖBB. Thanks to the good mechanical properties this filler wire is optimally suited for welding thickwalled components. 1-5. and provides excellent feeding characteristics. B. DB (42. A.

Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.5130 BÖHLER EMK 7 GMAW solid wire. S235JRS1 . P235GH. 4.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm 1. 600 °C/2 h – shielding gas Ar + 15 . as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 . 70. A283 Gr.680) 26 (≥ 322) 29 (≥ 322) + 20 °C: 120 (≥ 380) 110 (≥ 370) . 40. A242 Gr.Mild Steel Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 440:1995: EN 440:1995: AWS A5.S460N. S255N . A572 Gr. A606 Gr.08 Si 0.2 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 460 N/mm2 (67 ksi) S235J2G3 . A656 Gr. 50 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (3037. A936 Gr. B A214. A668 Gr. C.014. 2. ÜZ (42. P265GH. P235G1TH. P295GH. A556 Gr. A. 42. B2A. B.9 Mn 1. GE200-GE260 ASTM A27 a.). A106 Gr. P310GH. E360. P255G1TH. D.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u u2 480 (≥ 460) 470 (≥ 460) 590 (530 .014. A285 Gr. A851 Gr. 65. 33. 50. A299 Gr. A515 Gr. all. P235T1-P355T1. 36. A328. S355G1S . A570 Gr. A36 Gr. 60. A607 Gr. A. P255NH-P460NH. 45. 60. 30. DB (42. P255NH. 36. 40.13). 45. B. A. 45.25 % CO2 s 420 540 28 130 65 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 15 .S355J2G3.25 % CO2 u2 untreated. A266 Gr. 55. A907 Gr. 1. C.40 °C: (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. A935 Gr. 50.680) 580 (530 . mild steel Description Copper-coated solid wire used for GMAW of structural components with increased strength requirements.12 .0 1.18M-04: W. 1-5. A.S235J4S. all. A841. 33.014/2). 1. B.S355G3S. A516 Gr. A. A366.18-01: AWS A5. 30.20. ÖBB 2-31 . as-welded – shielding gas 100 % CO2 s stress relieved. BÖHLER EMK 7 is designed for semi-automatic and robotic welding and provides excellent feeding characteristics. B. 2.Nr: G4Si1 (for wire) G 46 4 M G4Si1 G 46 4 C G4Si1 ER70S-6 ER48S-6 1.

25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm 0. LR (3S. B.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u u2 470 (≥ 460) 470 (≥ 460) 600 (530 . A285 Gr.S355G3S. A515 Gr.E. A 242 Gr. A106 Gr. A. 4.Mild Steel Filler Metals – GMAW solid wires EN 440:1995: EN 440:1995: AWS A5. P255NH. GE200-GE260 ASTM A27 a.18-01: AWS A5. A907 Gr.07 Si 1. C. D. ÖBB. 36.8 1. A668 Gr.-process the type BÖHLER EMK 8-T is recommended (ø1. 33.I. 60. 1.2 mm). A936 Gr. A299 Gr.2 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 460 N/mm2 (67 ksi) S235J2G3 . S255N . B. B2A. A656 Gr.5130 BÖHLER EMK 8 GMAW solid wire. 45.0 Mn 1.014/2). 600 °C/2 h – shielding gas Ar + 15 . P295GH. A. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 . P235T1-P355T1. A935 Gr. ABS (3SA. A. B A214. 2. P310GH. S355G1S . 30. A266 Gr. P255NH-P460NH. A. UDT. 50 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (3038.680) 580 (530 .). 3YS H15). C. ÜZ (42. P235GH. P265GH. 45. B. A570 Gr. 42.S235J4S. A606 Gr. A283 Gr. 33. 36. 2. A556 Gr. 65. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. A572 Gr. as-welded – shielding gas 100 % CO2 s stress relieved.25 % CO2 u2 untreated. 50.M. 45. A841. S235JRS1 . 55. all.05). SEPROZ 2-32 . A.25 % CO2 s 410 540 28 130 70 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 15 . DNV (III YMS). For the T. 30. 50. P235G1TH.S460N. 3YSA). 1.0 1. A607 Gr. 40. 60.014. BÖHLER EMK 8 is designed for semi-automatic and robotic welding and provides excellent feeding characteristics. 1-5. P255G1TH.40 °C: 50 (≥ 347) 50 (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. GL (3YS). and is especially suited for robotic welding.680) 26 (≥ 322) 29 (≥ 322) + 20 °C: 120 (≥ 380) 110 (≥ 370) . A366. mild steel Description Copper-coated solid wire used for GMAW of structural components with increased strength requirements and is optimally suited for welding thick-walled components. A851 Gr. A516 Gr. 70.S355J2G3. DB (42. E360.18M-04: W. all. B. A36 Gr. 40. A328.Nr: G4Si1 (for wire) G 46 4 M G4Si1 G 46 4 C G4Si1 ER70S-6 ER48S-6 1.

A106 Gr.640) 26 (≥ 322) 27 (≥ 322) + 20 °C: 180 (≥ 130) 170 (≥ 120) . TÜV-A (709). 50. User friendly welding characteristics in all positions with one wire dia. all. rutile type Description All–position rutile flux-cored wire with fast freezing slag system. UDT.20 °C: 130 (≥ 354) 120 (≥ 354) -40 °C: 90 80 (*) u untreated. 30. 45. P295GH. P235G1TH. A936 Gr. 36. A607 Gr.6 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 460 N/mm2 (67 ksi) S235J2G3 . B. BV (X).2 1.L360NB. API 5L X42 . 60. B. all.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 Welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible.2 mm and same parameter setting. A. ø mm 1. 1.S355N. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 . B A214. Excellent mechanical properties. 60. 50. A366. B. 55. 45. 3S. 1. 45. GL (3YHHS (C1. 42. A285 Gr. GE200. S255N . A 242 Gr. 30. high X-ray safety. A570 Gr. AA841. A. A572 Gr. 1-5.5 Mn 1. 1. 33. A851 Gr. 40. P265GH. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. A516 Gr. C.640) 540 (510 . DNV (III YMS(H10) [CO2. 50. A656 Gr.Mild Steel Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 758:1997: AWS A5. CRS (3YH10S) 2-33 . 3YSA (CO2. S235G2T. A283 Gr.2 Ti + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal u u2 490 (≥ 460) 470 (≥ 420) 580 (550 . P255G1TH ASTM A27 a. GE260. 3YS. finely rippled bead surface.M21)). smooth. 70.06 Si 0. DH. NA). A328. S255GT. A36 Gr. 65. mild steel. BF. 33. 4. A515 Gr. ABS (3SA.20-95: T 46 2 P M 1 H10 T 42 2 P C 1 H5 E71T-1H4 E71T-1MH8 BÖHLER Ti 52-FD GMAW flux-cored wire. EH. GE240. S355GT. low spatter loss. A. A. LR (DXVudO. A935 Gr. A668 Gr.S355J2G3. L210 . A. 2. A606 G907 Gr. B2A. S255N. Gr. S235JRS1 . P235GH. C. 36. 40. M21)). AH. B. A556 Gr. as-welded – shielding gas 100 % CO2 (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J Operating Data re-drying: not necessary shielding gases: Argon + 15 . H15. A299 Gr.).X56 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09929. easy slag removal. M21]). D. A266 Gr. 2.25 % CO2 u2 untreated.S235J2S. The product performs to the highest productivity with significant savings in time and economical aspects when used for positional welding.

50. ø mm 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal Gew-% C 0.487).3 Ti + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J +20 °C: -20 °C: -40 °C: (*) u 520 580 24 140 110 95 (≥ 460) (550-640) (≥ 022) (≥ 130) (≥ 054) (≥ 054) u2 480 540 25 130 100 (≥ 420) (530-630) (≥ 024) (≥ 100) (≥ 054) u u2 untreated. P235GH. A851 Gr. A283 Gr. A936 Gr. A606 G907 Gr. P255G1TH ASTM A27 u.5 Mn 1.S355J4G3. B. A. 2. low spatter level.45. 33. 55. 45. 30.1-5. which results in cost reduction due to higher productivity and less time for postweld cleaning.and bridge constructions. API 5L X42-X60 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (600. X 42-X 60. 33. easy slag removability. ÜZ (42.03). 2. P265GH. GE200. A366. B. 40. Particularly suited for welding prime coated plates in shipbuilding. A516 Gr. A668 Gr.0 1. GE240. EH. 70. unalloyed. S235G2T. 1. S235JRS1 . all. 65. A. 36.014/1). A36 Gr. A266 Gr. A656 Gr. Higher welding current (230 A) is applicable in out-of-position welding. A935 Gr.20-95: E71T-1J H8 E71T-1MJ H8 BÖHLER Ti 52 W-FD flux cored wire.001. 60. 4. smooth and well shaped beads with x-ray-quality. A556 Gr. A. all. 30. A 242 Gr. GL (3YH10S) 2-34 . steel. as-welded – shielding gas 100 % CO2 Operating Data re-drying: if necessary shielding gases: Argon +15-25 % CO2 100 % CO2 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. S255N S355N. A328. A572 Gr. B2A. A607 Gr. 45.05 Si 0. A106 Gr. Gr. Very good mechanical properties. A285 Gr. C. 1.2 1. DB (42. AH.6 Base Materials Steels up to a yield strength of 460 N/mm2 (67 ksi) S235 . AA841. 42. rutile type Description Rutile based flux-cored wire with fast freezing slag. 60. 50. A570 Gr.L360NB. S355GT. D. P295GH. Excellent welding characteristics in all positions. 40. C. L210 . S255GT. A299 Gr.014.Mild Steel Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 758: T 46 4 P M 1 H10 T 42 2 P C 1 H5 AWS A5. P235G1TH.S235J4S. 36. A. S255N. ÖBB.4 1. A. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15-25 % CO2 untreated. DH. B. A515 Gr. B. GE260. B A214. 50.

S380N. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.S235J4S. 42. A572 Gr. Very high metal recovery between 93 and 97 % and deposition rate up to 9 kg/hr. A285 Gr. GE240. 45. 36. 50. EH. A299 Gr. Minimum oxide residues permit the welding of multi passes without the need for inter-run cleaning.40 °C: 90 (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. GE200. S255N. A607 Gr. B. Compared to solid wires 20 % higher productivity can be achieved.25 % CO2 Welding with standard GMAW-facilities ø mm 1. 2. A283 Gr. Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 460 N/mm2 (67 ksi) S235J2G3 . A841. ÜZ (42. A851 Gr. 55.25 % CO2 Operating Data re-drying: not necessary shielding gases: Argon + 15 . A. S235G2T. API 5L X42 . 50.7 Mn 1. A668 Gr. B. 33. 2. 33. 30. all. A.014.shielding gas Ar + 15 .6 possible. ABS (4Sa-4YSAH5). high resistance to porosity. GL (4YH5S). 1. 1. P235GH.014/1). 30. 4. 45. mild steel. 50.). GE260. L210 . B. P235G1TH. 40. A328. all. ÖBB. S255GT. 36.07 Si 0. good wetting behaviour as well as low hydrogen contents (< 5 ml/100 g deposit) are further quality features of this flux cored wire. B A214. A656 Gr. Steady spray arc-like droplet transfer with minimal spatter formation. 65. B2A. A936 Gr. Ideal for horizontal and flat fillet welds.650) 27 (≥ 324) + 20 °C: 130 (≥ 100) . C. A515 Gr. A36 Gr.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 490 (≥ 460) 610 (550 . C.X60 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09928.2 1.18-01: AWS A5. 45. 60. A606 Gr. A570 Gr. A556 Gr. P255G1TH ASTM A27 a. 4YS. P295GH. A. A266 Gr.18M-04: T 46 4 M M 2 H5 E70C-6MH4 E48C-6MH4 BÖHLER HL 51-FD GMAW flux cored wire. BF. A106 Gr. A. 40. A 242 Gr. LR (DXVudO.29). AH. A516 Gr. A366. D. DNV (requested). A. A907 Gr.L360NB. S235JRS1 . 1-5. H5) 2-35 . B. metal-cored Description Metal-cored high-efficiency wire for semi-automatic and fully automatic joint welding of unalloyed and fine-grained constructional steels and service temperatures from -40 °C to +450 °C.Mild Steel Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 758:1997: AWS A5. S355GT. 3S. DB (42. S255N .S355J2G3. DH. P265GH. Good penetration. 70. 60. A935 Gr. as-welded .

GE200. 1. B. C. 30. Smooth spray transfer. Another advantage is minimum oxide formation. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 42.1-5. A936 Gr.9 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V AV J u ≥ 420 520-620 ≥ 022 ≥ 100 (≥ 047) s 470 530 27 190 +20 °C: -50 °C: (*) u untreated. 40. B.Mild Steel Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 758: T 42 5 Z M M 2 H5 AWS A5. A935 Gr. A266 Gr. 50. Base Materials Steels with yield strength ≤ 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235 . A299 Gr. high efficiency Description Metal-cored high-efficiency wire for fully automatic and semi-automatic joint welding of unalloyed and fine-grained constructional steels. The hydrogen content of the weld deposit is ≤ 5 ml/100 g deposit. 36. B. A. B. 30. D.L360NB. A36 Gr. 1. P255G1TH ASTM A27 u. A283 Gr. The special filling composition permits very high metal recovery between 93 and 97 % and deposition rates of up to 8 kg/hr. P235GH. A285 Gr. S235JRS1 .18M-01: E 48 C-GM H4 BÖHLER HL 53-FD Flux cored wire. P265GH. B2A.2 Argon +15-25 % CO2 1.45. as welded – shielding gas Ar +15-20 % CO2 s stress relieved. A328. A556 Gr. 50. 33. A606 Gr. A570 Gr.S235J4S. 33. A.) 2-36 . HL 53-FD is suitable for fillet welds and butt welds of standard constructional steels as well as for fine-grained steels in structural steel engineering. 4. The service temperature range is -50 / +450 °C. 60. all. API 5L X42-X60 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09968. all A607 Gr. DH.6 Welding with standard welding facilities. S235G2T. unalloyed. A668 Gr. S255N. 55. 60. 50. A841. 2. GE260. EH. S355GT. P295GH. a very good bead profile and excellent wetting behaviour are the characteristics of HL 53-FD.18-01: E 70 C-GM H4 AWS A5. 40. A515 Gr. 65. A. P235G1TH.06 Si 0.S355J2G3. A106 Gr. L210 . minimum spattering. A. S255N S380N. which allows multi-pass welding without deslagging. S255GT. A242 Gr.5 Mn 1. A516 Gr. A. 2. AH. 600°C/2 h – shielding gas Ar +15-20 % CO2 Operating Data Rebaking: not necessary ø mm shielding gas: 1. GE240. A851 Gr. A366. B A214. 45 572 Gr. 45. C. A656 Gr.2 Ni 0. X 42-X 60. A907 Gr. 36. 70.

The combination is ideally suited for multipass welding of thick plates.17-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. 1. 45. 50. A936 Gr.g. 50. P235GH. S255N. 1-5.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. A 106 Gr. DB (52. A907 Gr. The flux reacts metallurgically Mn-neutral. API 5L X42 . A556 Gr. Excellent slag detachability. SEPROZ 2-37 . A. 2 h . A. 45. B A214. 55. A285 Gr. smooth beads.05 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 440 520 33 185 180 170 140 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 500) 326) 160) 140) 100) 047) + 20 ±0 . A606 Gr. A516 Gr. A283 Gr. A. 60.20 . 36.00 1. e. mild steel Description Universally applicable for constructional steels and fine grained steels. D. 30. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. 33. Wire: TÜV-D (02603.014/1).17-97: AWS A5.03).X52 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7808.0 max. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A 2. 1.0 3. 36. The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces very good low temperature impact properties down to .07 Si 0. A607 Gr. as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 . and pressure vessel fabrication.17M-97: S2 EM12K SA FB 1 65 DC H5 S 38 6 FB S2 F7A8-EM12K (F6P8-EM12K) F48A6-EM12K (F43P6-EM12K) BÖHLER EMS 2 // BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination.S335J2G3. P235T2 . A266 Gr.25 Mn 1. B.5 3. B2A. in shipbuilding. all. P310GH. B.00).). 30.12 0. P295GH. A851 Gr. ÖBB. 65. C. 2.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 400 N/mm2 (56 ksi) S235JR .60 °C.014.P355T2. A935 Gr. all.).10 h 2. B. A570 Gr. 42.S235J4S.S380N ASTM A36 Gr.P335T1. A841. A299 Gr.60 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. B.2 4. TÜV-A (391). 50. A656 Gr. C. UDT.S335JR. good wetting and low hydrogen contents (HD ≤ 5 ml/100 g) are further important features. 4. S255N . 70. A. 40. A. ÜZ (52. A572 Gr. A668 Gr. P235T1 . S235JRS1 . 45. 2. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 24 see our detailed data sheet. A328. A366. 40.12 0.350 °C. S235J2G3 . P265GH. structural steel work. A 242 Gr. KTA 1408 1 (8058. 60. A515 Gr. 33.

P265GH. 65. A328.12 0. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A 2.350 °C.0 3. A266 Gr.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. GE200. 50.014. 70. 40.00). Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. A936 Gr. A572 Gr. 2. A366. A283 Gr. 45.00 1. A570 Gr. 55. The flux is active and shows some pickup of silicon and manganese. A. ÖBB.40 Mn 1. S255N. A607 Gr. A841. A. e. AH. S355GT. A299 Gr. L210-L360NB. S235G2T. 33. TÜV-A (391). 45. The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces higher strength values with very good low temperature impact properties down to -40 °C. API 5L X42 . 2 h . A656 Gr. GE240. B A214. 36. 50. A516 Gr. A. A851 Gr. all. C.45 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 450 530 28 180 130 100 90 (≥ 420) (≥ 500) (≥ 322) + 20 ±0 . A.03). 60. B. as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 . UDT. A. GE260. ÜZ (52. Wire: TÜV-D (02603. B. A285 Gr. S235JRS1-S235J4S. 50.g.10 h 2. A515 Gr. A556 Gr. B. 4.17-97: AWS A5. A907 Gr. mild steel Description Universally applicable for constructional steels and fine grained steels. 2. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 25 see our detailed data sheet. B2A. and pressure vessel fabrication.17-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: AWS A5.17M-97: S2 EM12K SA FB 1 68 AC H5 S 42 4 FB S2 F7A4-EM12K F48A4-EM12K BÖHLER EMS 2 // BB 25 SAW wire/flux-combination. SEPROZ 2-38 . in shipbuilding. DH. A668 Gr.20 . P235GH. structural steel work. 30. D.0 max. P255G1TH ASTM A36 Gr.014/1). KTA 1408 1 (8058.X56 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-A (621). EH.2 4. A935 Gr.40 °C: °C: °C: °C: (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. S255GT. 1. B. 36. S255NS380N. 1. A 242 Gr. 33. 1-5. 30.12 0. DB (52. 40. 45. 42.5 3. A606 Gr.). P235G1TH. A 106 Gr. C. P295GH. 60. all.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235J2G3-S355J2G3.07 Si 0.

36. S235G2T. 36.00).).70 Mn 1. D. A851 Gr. API 5L X42-X60 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5685. A841. A283 Gr. 33. A515 Gr.08 Si 0. 1.2 4. S255GT. A668 Gr.12 0. A936 Gr. SEPROZ 2-39 . For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 33 M see our detailed data sheet.325 °C. B A214. GE200. S355GT. mild steel SA AR 1 97 AC SKM S 46 0 AR S2 F7AZ-EM12K F48A0-EM12K Description Universally applicable for high-speed welding of constructional steels and fine grained steels. 50. 2 h . 1. A. A572 Gr. P235GH. A607 Gr. 45. GE240. A. B. and pressure vessel fabrication.12 0. 2. 33.17-97: AWS A5. ÜZ (52. A 242 Gr. UDT Wire: TÜV-D (02603. A285 Gr. structural steel work. Good wetting characteristics with fine rippled bead appearance at high travel speed. 40.014/1).3 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. C.17M-97: S2 EM12K BÖHLER EMS 2 // BB 33 M SAW wire/flux-combination. A. P255G0TH ASTM A36 Gr. DH. TÜV-A (391). A.0 3. B2A. 55. TÜV-A (617). A907 Gr. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A 2. 50. S255N.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 460 N/mm2 (67 ksi) S235J0G3-S355J0G3. 60. 1-5. 50. A606 Gr. P235G0TH. S255NS380N. 45. A299 Gr. A328. The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces good impact properties at 0 °C and higher strength properties. 42. A935 Gr. B. EH. C. P295GH. B. A366. P265GH. 45.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. GE260. 65. 40.20 °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 275 . 60. in shipbuilding.03). 30. as-welded u 540 620 29 70 50 40 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 460) 520) 322) 360) 347) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: .5 3.g. 30.0 1. B. L210-L360NB. DB (52. A266 Gr. A. AH. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. 4. A516 Gr. A570 Gr. KTA 1408 1 (8058.). e. S235JRS1-S235J0S.17-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. 2. A656 Gr.0 max. 70. ÖBB. all. all. A556 Gr.014.4 h 2. A 106 Gr.

70. 1.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. 1.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (50 ksi) S235JR-S335JR.3 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. B. A.50 Mn 1. A283 Gr. P235T2. B A214. UDT Wire: TÜV-D (02603. A851 Gr.014. 40. A.10 h max. 50. amperage: 1300 A ø mm 2. S255N-S380N ASTM A36 Gr.5 3. 45. 50. C.00). A936 Gr. S255N. A285 Gr. A668 Gr. A935 Gr. 2. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. B. D. A. A841. 45. A. C.2 4. 60. all. A606 Gr. A299 Gr. 40. 65. 55. 33. all. 1-5. A 242 Gr. P310GH. 36.350 °C. B. ÜZ (52.0 2. ÖBB. 30.17M-97: S2 EM12K SF MS 1 78 AC M S 38 0 MS S2 F6A0-EM12K F43A2-EM12K BÖHLER EMS 2 // BF 16 SAW wire/flux-combination.12 0. DB (52. 36. A907 Gr.0 1.0 3.014/1). A515 Gr. TÜV-A (391). A570 Gr.X52 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-A (6). B. S235JRS1-S235J0S. B2A. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BF 16 see our detailed data sheet.P355T2. 2. 60. as-welded u 400 500 29 90 60 40 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 380) 470) 322) 370) 347) 327) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: .17-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. A556 Gr. A656 Gr. P235T1-P335T1. mild steel Description BÖHLER BF 16 is a fused acid Si and Mn alloying flux with high current carrying capacity on both AC and DC. KTA 1408 1 (8058. 50.03). 33. A328.). P235GH. In combination with the wire BÖHLER EMS 2 it gives fine performance in universal applications for mild steel constructural work of thinner walled components. 45. API 5L X42 . A. A516 Gr. A572 Gr. 1 h . A607 Gr.04 Si 0. SEPROZ 2-40 . P295GH. A 106 Gr. P265GH. S235J0G3-S335J0G3. A366. 30.17-97: AWS A5.20 °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 250 . 42. A266 Gr.12 0. 4.

A668 Gr. 33. A283 Gr. A 106 Gr. A299 Gr. all. KTA 1408 1 (8058. P235G1TH. 36. P295GH. 1-5.S380N.00). 45. L210 . DH. P255G1TH ASTM A36 Gr.10 h max.04). Excellent slag detachability. B. 42.17M-97: S3 EH10K SA FB 1 65 DC H5 S 42 4 FB S3 F7A4-EH10K (F7P8-EH10K) F48A4-EH10K (F48P6-EH10K) BÖHLER EMS 3 // BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination. A. 1. S235G2T. e. 45. 40. C. 2. 1. 65. 2. good wetting and low hydrogen contents (≤ 5 ml/100 g) are further important features.X56 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7811. A328. The flux reacts metallurgically Mn-neutral. B A214. ÜZ (52. structural steel work. A. A656 Gr.S235J4S. GE240. 36. 70. API 5L X42 .40 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. A516 Gr. 33. P235GH. A.). Wire: TÜV-D (02603.014. B. EH.30 Mn 1. DB (52.20 . The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces higher strength values with very good low temperature impact properties. 40.08 Si 0. 50. C. A935 Gr. A841. in shipbuilding. amperage: 800 A ø mm 4. P265GH. GE260. A907 Gr. smooth beads. The combination is ideally suited for multi-pass welding of thick plates. B. The deposit produces very good low temperature impact properties down to -40 °C. mild steel Description Universally applicable. S255N .g.). 50. 45.L360NB. and pressure vessel fabrication. S235JRS1 . 60. S355GT. A570 Gr. 50. S255GT. A556 Gr. D. ÖBB. A515 Gr. A936 Gr. A. S255N. all. 55. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0.17-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. A266 Gr. A851 Gr. 4.5 u 420) 480) 324) 130) 100) 370) 347) Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ + 20 ±0 . A 242 Gr. AH.350 °C.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235J2G3 . A285 Gr.014/1). 30.5 1. A. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 24 see our detailed data sheet. A572 Gr. A607 Gr.15 0.12 0. GE200.17-97: AWS A5. 2 h . 30. SEPROZ 2-41 . TÜV-A (391).Mild Steel Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 300 . B2A.S355J2G3. A606 Gr. A366. B. 60.

30. P255G1TH ASTM A36 Gr. 50. 33. 40. S255NS380N.g.5 1. 2 h . The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces higher strength values with very good low temperature impact properties down to -30 °C. B. mild steel Description Universally applicable. 45. ÜZ (52. 1-5. 50. A. as-welded u 520 600 23 140 70 50 (≥ 420) (≥ 530) (≥ 320) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: . For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 25 see our detailed data sheet. S255GT. and pressure vessel fabrication. A572 Gr. 60. 70. DB (52. A606 Gr.00). all. S255N. L210-L360NB. D. A607 Gr. A516 Gr.9 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. e. P265GH.15 0. A907 Gr. 42. A 242 Gr. A515 Gr.17-97: AWS A5. B2A. amperage: 800 A ø mm 4. 33. 30. A851 Gr. P295GH.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 420 N/mm2 (60 ksi) S235J2G3-S355J2G3.014/1).014. KTA 1408 1 (8058. A.30 °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 300 . 36. B. S355GT. A. all. 36. B A214. C. A. P235GH. A285 Gr.350 °C.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. 60. TÜV-A (391). B.06 Si 0. 1. in shipbuilding.17M-97: S3 EH10K SA FB 1 68 AC H5 S 42 3 FB S 3 F7A3-EH10K F48A2-EH10K BÖHLER EMS 3 // BB 25 SAW wire/flux-combination. B. EH. SEPROZ 2-42 . A935 Gr. A328. The flux reacts metallurgically active and shows some pick-up of silicon and manganese. 50. API 5L X42 .12 0. 2. A.X56 Approvals and Certificates Wire: TÜV-D (02603. 55. AH. A 106 Gr. S235G2T. 2.). 45. A556 Gr.04). A266 Gr. DH. A299 Gr. GE260. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. A656 Gr. P235G1TH.40 Mn 1. 65. A283 Gr. 40. A668 Gr. A936 Gr. GE240. A570 Gr. S235JRS1-S235J3S. GE200. 1. A841. ÖBB.17-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. 4. 45.20 °C: . A366.10 h max. C. structural steel work.

For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 33 M see our detailed data sheet.S380N. A.S235J0S. 50. C. 50.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 500 N/mm2 (72 ksi) S235J0G3 . 60.04). B. 36. B. mild steel SA AR 1 97 AC SKM S 50 0 AR S3 F7AZ-EH10K F48A0-EH10K Description Universally applicable for high-speed welding of constructional steels and fine grained steels. GE260. S355GT. P235GH. A. SEPROZ 2-43 . A668 Gr. 2. 40.014/1). DB (52. S255GT. AH. 2. A841. P255G0TH ASTM A36 Gr.17-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. EH. 30. A285 Gr. A. GE240. as-welded u 550 650 20 60 (≥ 500) (≥ 560) (≥ 318) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: ± 0 °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 275 . S255N .00). B. A328. A366.17M-97: S3 EH10K BÖHLER EMS 3 // BB 33 M SAW wire/flux-combination. A 106 Gr.g. and pressure vessel fabrication. 60. A907 Gr. 55.80 Mn 1. 70. B A214. A851 Gr. A299 Gr.325 °C.15 0. ÜZ (52. A935 Gr.12 0. all. amperage: 800 A ø mm 4.). 40. 1. A606 Gr. 30. A. all.S355J0G3. 65. A607 Gr. B2A. B. A656 Gr.17-97: AWS A5. S235JRS1 . A. L210 . A572 Gr. 45.4 h max. GE200. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. 33. A936 Gr. S235G2T. 1-5. A515 Gr. A570 Gr.L360NB. TÜV-A (391). 45. P235G0TH. A556 Gr. The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces good impact properties at 0 °C and higher strength properties. A283 Gr. KTA 1408 1 (8058. 42.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. P265GH. A266 Gr. S255N. A516 Gr. 2 h . API 5L X42-X60 Approvals Wire: TÜV-D (02603.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. A 242 Gr.08 Si 0. ÖBB. 33.5 1. P295GH. DH. 50. in shipbuilding. 36. structural steel work.014. 45. e. Good wetting characteristics with fine rippled bead appearance at high travel speed. D. 1. C. 4.

mild steel Description Universally applicable. KTA 1408 1 (8058. B2A. The wire/flux combination produces higher strength properties. P310GH. BÖHLER BF 16 is a fused acid Si and Mn alloying flux with high current carrying capacity on both AC and DC.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 380 N/mm2 (52 ksi) S235JR . D. TÜV-A (391).17M-97: S3 EH10K SF MS 1 78 AC M S 38 0 MS S3 F6A0-EH10K F43A3-EH10K BÖHLER EMS 3 // BF 16 SAW wire/flux-combination.Mild Steel Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. A516 Gr. 33. A 106 Gr. A572 Gr. 4.014/1). A283 Gr. 1.S355J0G3. A935 Gr. 45. A. A328. B. in shipbuilding.014. B. S355N . 1-5. P235GH. all.17-97: AWS A5.00). 45. C. 1. 2.04 Si 0. S235JRS1 . A366. and pressure vessel fabrication. A266 Gr. DB (52. A851 Gr.12 0. 50.50 Mn 1.P355T2. A. A. 65. 1 h . The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces good impact properties at 0 °C.g.). 2. P235T1-P355T1. 50. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. S255N. B. In combination with the wire BÖHLER EMS 3 it gives fine performance in universal applications for mild steel constructural work of thinner walled components. A607 Gr. A299 Gr. B. 55. P295GH. B A214. 45.S235J0S. 30. A936 Gr.S420N ASTM A36 Gr.04).X52 Approvals and Certificates Wire: TÜV-D (02603. SEPROZ 2-44 . as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 250 . ÖBB.15 0. all. ÜZ (52. 40. 60. 36.10 h: max. A515 Gr. P235T2. A 242 Gr. A556 Gr. C. amperage: 1300 A ø mm 4. 40.17-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. A656 Gr.350 °C. 36. A570 Gr. A841. 30. 42. A.S355JR.5 1.30 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. A668 Gr. structural steel work. e. A285 Gr. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BF 16 see our detailed data sheet.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J u 410 520 25 70 55 45 40 (≥ 380) (≥ 470) (≥ 322) (≥ 347) + 20 ±0 .20 . P265GH. A606 Gr. 70. 33. API 5L X42 . A907 Gr. 60. S235J0G3 . A. 50.

2 4. L195 ASTM A36 Gr. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. unalloyed rod for gas welding for joints subject to normal stresses.1 Mn 0. 33. D.5 3. all.0324 ø mm 2. LTSS 2-45 .2-92: W.0 2. up to base metal grade S275JR.). mild steel Description Copper coated.Nr.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 235 N/mm2 (34 ksi) S235JR. A570 Gr. 36. C. B.08 Si 0. as-welded ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ u 235 340 314 335 + 20 °C: Operating Data rod marking: front: OI back: 1.Mild Steel Filler Metals – Gas Welding Rods EN 12536:2000: AWS A5. 40 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (06315.: OI R 45-G 1.0324 BÖHLER BW VII rod for gas welding. UDT. Fluid weld puddle. A283 Gr.

Mild Steel Filler Metals – Gas Welding Rods EN 12536:2000: AWS A5. A283 Gr.0 2. ÜZ (. ÖBB.6215 BÖHLER BW XII rod for gas welding.1 Ni 0.0 Base Materials steels up to a yield strength of 275 N/mm2 (40 ksi) S235JR . as-welded ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ u 275 410 314 347 + 20 °C: Operating Data rod marking: front: O III back: 1. A442 Gr. B. C.01). Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. A285 Gr. A570 Gr. mild steel Description Gas welding rod.S275JR.4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Yield strength Re N/mm2: Tensile strenght Rm N/mm2: Elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 55.Nr. 36. L235 . D. 40 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (02323.2-92: W.L290NB ASTM A36 Gr.60.). A515 Gr. Weld pools are not susceptible to overheating when welded with a too hot flame. B.014.C.). nickel alloyed./.1 Mn 1. all.08 Si 0. 33. 60.6215 ø mm 2. UDT 2-46 . A414 Gr. 60.: O III R 60-G 1. A516 Gr. P275GH. DB (70. Easy to operate due to very easy weld pool and slag control and good gap bridging ability.5 3.

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Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding u Objectives This section provides detailed product information for filler metals that may be used to weld pipelines. The significance of oil and gas as a source of energy leads to the construction and planning of cross-country pipelines throughout the world.Product Information 2.3. In this case new high-strength pipe steels place the highest possible demands on welding technology. As a result various filler metals have been developed that can cover all the requirements of individual steel qualities. Welding procedure when using cellulosic electrodes Recommended joint preparation Wall thicknesses ≤ 20 mm ( ≤ 3/4 inch) Wall thicknesses > 20 mm (> 3/4 inch) Preheating and interpass temperatures in relation to wall thicknesses 2-49 .

. . where as for filler and cap layers the plus polarity should be applied. . . . . . They are thus suitable for welding thick-walled pipes. . Both wires fullfil the high quality demands applied in pipeline constructions.52 SMAW STICK ELECTRODES. . CELLULOSIC-COATED . . higher welding currents and higher travel speeds. . . .Cellulose electrodes Generally speaking the welds are performed in the vertical-down position using cellulose electrodes. . . Solid wires For the sake of higher productivity and in order to reduce production costs semi/fully automated welding processes are introduced. . Basic vertical-down electrodes Basic vertical-down electrodes excel due to their outstanding mechanical and technological properties and their low hydrogen content (HD < 5 ml/100 g). . They allow the same travel speeds for filler and cover passes as cellulose electrodes. . . . . . . . . . . . The electrodes are preferably used in cases where the imprecise joint preparation do not allow the use of the vertical down process. . . . . . . . The use of vertical-down electrodes makes it possible to use larger electrode diameters. . . or vertical down skilled welders are not available. . . . . . . . . . . .58 GMAW SOLID WIRES FOR AUTOMATIC WELDING . . . . . . For these applications the wire types SG3-P and NiMo 1-IG have been developed. . . . . Basic vertical up electrodes Especially designed for welding of circumferential beads in the vertical up position. . . . . . . .51 SMAW STICK ELECTRODES. . . high-strength pipe steels or where there are high requirements for toughness. . . . . . . . . .67 2-50 . . Root runs are basically welded on the minus polarity. . . . . . . . . Contents OVERVIEW . BASIC-COATED . . . As a result it is possible to achieve a much higher degree of economic efficiency than with vertical-up welding. . . . . .

Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding u Overview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN SMAW stick electrodes FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX CEL CEL+ CEL 75 CEL Mo CEL 85 CEL 90 BVD RP BVD 85 BVD 90 BVD 100 BVD 110 BVD 120 EV PIPE EV 60 PIPE EV 70 PIPE EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 499: 757: 757: 757: 757: 499: 499: 757: E 38 3 C 2 1 E 38 2 C 2 1 E 42 3 C 2 5 E 42 3 Mo C 2 5 E 46 4 1Ni C 2 5 E 50 3 1Ni C 2 5 E 46 3 B 4 5 E 46 5 1Ni B 4 5 E 55 5 Z2Ni B 4 5 E 62 5 Z2Ni B 4 5 E 69 3 Mn2NiMo B 4 5 E 69 3 Mn2NiMo B 4 5 E 42 4 B 1 2 H5 E 50 41 Ni B 1 2 H5 E 55 4 Z(Mn2NiMo) B 12 H5 AWS AWS A5.3 GTAW rod I 52 Ni GMAW solid wires SG 3-P K Nova Ni NiMo 1-IG 0.2 1.5-96: AWS A5.4 0.8 0.5-96: AWS A5.14 0.1-04: AWS A5.15 0.3 2.07 0.0 0.2 1.4 0.5-96: AWS A5.2 1.5 0.7 0.12 0.17 0.05 0.7 0.0 2.5-96: AWS A5.06 0.05 0.5 0.75 0.04 0.8 0.17 0.9 0.9 1.14 0.15 0.17 0.7 0.07 0.35 0.7 0.14 0.9 2.6 0.5-96: AWS A5.7 1.5-96: AWS A5.5 0.28-96: ER90S-G Overview – Typical Chemical Composition u Böhler C Si Mn Cr Ni SMAW stick electrodes FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX CEL CEL+ CEL 75 CEL Mo CEL 85 CEL 90 BVD RP BVD 85 BVD 90 BVD 100 BVD 110 BVD 120 EV PIPE EV 60 PIPE EV 70 PIPE 0.2 0.6 Mo Ti 0.3 0.6 0.04 0.1-04: AWS A5.5-96: AWS A5.9 0.4 0.18-01: ER70S-G AWS A5.07 0.9 1.1 0.9 1.25 0.6 1.3 2-51 .5 1.18: E6010 E6010 E7010-P1 E7010-A1 E8010-P1 E9010-G E8018-G E8018-G E9018-G E10018-G E11018-G E12018-G E7016-1H4R E8016-GH4R E9016-GH4R ER80S-Ni1 GTAW rod I 52 Ni SG 3-P K-Nova Ni NiMo 1-IG EN 1668: W 3 Ni 1 EN 440: G G EN 440: G EN 12534: G G 46 5 M G0 G4 SI1 42 4 C G0 G4 SI1 3 Ni 1 55 6 M Mn3Ni1Mo 55 4 C Mn3Ni1Mo GMAW solid wires AWS A5.14 0.08 0.85 0.9 2.5-96: AWS A5.9 + + 0.1-04: AWS A5.2 2.5-96: AWS A5.06 0.07 0.06 0.5-96: AWS A5.28-96: ER80S-G AWS A5.1 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.07 0.5 1.6 0.6 0.5 1.5-96: AWS A5.5-96: AWS A5.4 0.14 0.

5 FOX CEL 6010 E 38 3 C 3.L415MB. PDO. Statoil. S235J2G3.180 350 160 .210 polarity negative for root pass Base Materials S235JR. Test values for SSC-test are available too. ISPESL (X). B. VNIIST(ø3. L210NB . X 46. It can be used in sour gas applications (HIC-Test acc. Highly economical compared with vertical-up welding. FI (E 38 3 C 21). UDT.190 350 80 .5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 450 520 26 110 105 95 65 45 (≥ 390) (470 .0 mm) 2-52 .P355T2.14 Mn 0. suitable for root runs.L415NB.). Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. S275JR. X 42. DNV (3).1-04: AWS A5. L290MB . S355J2G3.1M-04: E 38 3 C 2 1 E6010 E4310 BÖHLER FOX CEL SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding. 5 L: A.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. TÜV-A (1). Apart from its excellent welding and gap bridging characteristics FOX CEL offers a weld deposit with outstanding impact strength values and thus offers the benefit of still more safety in field welding of pipelines. P235T2 . X 56. NACE TM-02-84).540) (≥ 322) (≥ 370) (≥ 347) + 20 ±0 .2-4.0 L mm amps A 250/300 50 . filler and cover layers.2 preheating and interpass temperature 4. as-welded Operating Data re-drying: not allowed ø mm electrode identification: 2. CL (0366). P265GH.0 see Page 2-49 5. SEPROZ.20 . P235GH.40 °C: °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated.30 .12 Si 0. L555MB API Spec. X 52. P255G1TH Root pass up to L555NB. P355T1. S275J2G3. P235G1TH. cellulosic coated. pipe welding Description Cellulose-coated electrode for vertical-down welding of large diameter pipelines.130 350 120 . hot passes. Root pass up to X 80 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1281. Especially recommended for root run welding.

P355T1.130 120 . P235T2 . S355J2G3.17 Si 0. X 46. un-alloyed.2 preheating and interpass temperature 4. L210NB . Apart from its good welding and gap bridging characteristics Böhler FOX CEL+ provides a powerful arc that deposites well penetrated.0 see Page 2-49 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 50 . positive polarity in the vertical down and vertical up welding positions.1M-04: E 38 2 C 2 1 E6010 E4310 BÖHLER FOX CEL+ SMAW stick electrode.20 . as-welded Operating Data re-drying: not allowed ø mm electrode identification: 2.540) (≥ 322) (≥ 370) (≥ 047) (≥ 027) + 20 ±0 .5 FOX CEL+ 6010 E 38 2 C 3. P255G1TH Root pass up to L555NB. X 42.P355T2. B.1-04: AWS A5.15 Mn 0. Especially recommended for root pass welding on D. 5 L: A. X 56. P235G1TH. S235J2G3. S275J2G3. L555MB API Spec. Root pass up to X 80 Approvals and Certificates – 2-53 . P265GH.180 Base Materials S235JR.190 80 . P235GH. S275JR.L415MB.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. X 52.30 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated.6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 450 520 26 105 95 65 (≥ 390) (470 .L415NB. pipe welding Description Cellulose-coated electrode for vertical-down welding of large diameter pipelines. L290MB . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.C. smooth root passes with high travel speeds as well as high safety against the formation of piping or hollow bead and undercut.

L210 .14 Si 0. pipe welding Description Cellulose-coated electrode for vertical-down welding of high strength large diameter pipelines. as-welded Operating Data re-drying: not allowed ø mm electrode identification: 3. S355J2G3. P355T1. S275JR.L415NB.14 Mn 0.0 see Page 2-49 L mm 350 350 350 amps A 80 . The penetrating arc characteristics and the low slag formation allow good bead control and ensure best performance in all positions even with the larger diameter electrodes and high amperages It can be used in sour gas applications (HIC-Test acc. UDT 2-54 . P255G1TH Root pass up to L480MB API Spec. L290MB .7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 480 550 23 100 95 85 55 45 (≥ 420) (510 .130 120 . X 52. S275J2G3. Test values for SSC-test are available too. 5 L: Grade A. Highly economical compared with conventional vertical-up welding.20 .210 polarity negative for root pass Base Materials S235JR. P235T2 . X 42.5-96: E 42 3 C 2 5 E7010-P1 BÖHLER FOX CEL 75 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding. B.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. FI (E 42 3 C 25).P355T2. CL (0553). un-alloyed. NACE TM-02-84). P265GH. S235J2G3. X 56.180 160 .40 °C: °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated.L415MB.0 preheating and interpass temperature 5. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. P235GH. X 60. Root pass up to X 70 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-A (533). Especially recommended for hot passes. filler and cover layers.610) (≥ 422) (≥ 485) (≥ 447) (≥ 427) + 20 ±0 .30 . X 46.2 FOX CEL 75 7010-P1 E 42 3 C 4. P235G1TH.

VNIST(ø4.14 Mn 0. P265GH. X 56. S275J2G3. P235G1TH.P355T2. S275JR.L415MB. X 52.5-96: E 42 3 Mo C 2 5 E7010-A1 BÖHLER FOX CEL Mo SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding cellulosic coating. X 42.0 preheating and interpass temperature 5. Besides the excellent weld metal toughness properties it offers easy operation. Especially recommended for hot passes. P235GH.0 see Page 2-49 L mm 350 350 350 amps A 80 .). TÜV-A (2).L415NB. CL (0960). ABS (E 7010-A1). S355J2G3. B.180 160 .Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 480 550 23 100 95 85 50 42 (≥ 420) (510 .2 FOX CEL Mo 7010-A1 E 42 3 Mo C 4. X 60. It can be used in sour gas applications (HIC-Test acc.20 . P255G1TH Root pass up to L555MB API Spec. P235T2 .0 mm) 2-55 . P355T1.30 . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.1 Si 0. ISPESL (X). X 46. filler and cover layers.40 °C: °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated.4 Mo 0. NACE TM-02-84).130 120 . Highly economical compared with conventional vertical-up welding. Root pass up to X 80 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1325. L210 . Test values for SSCtest are available too.210 polarity negative for root pass Base Materials S235JR. 5 L: Grade A. and a concentrated intensive arc with deep penetration characteristics in order to ensure sound joint welds with good X-ray quality. SEPROZ. S235J2G3.590) (≥ 322) (≥ 370) (≥ 347) + 20 ±0 . L290MB . UDT. pipe welding Description Cellulose-coated electrode for vertical-down welding of high strength large diameter pipelines. as-welded Operating Data re-drying: not allowed ø mm electrode identification: 3.

0 see Page 2-49 L mm 350 350 350 amps A 80 . CL (0809). PDO 2-56 . Test values for SSCtest are available too. X 65. ABS (E 8010-P1). Especially recommended for hot passes.180 160 . X 60. filler and cover layers.0 mm.2.L485NB.0 preheating and interpass temperature 5. TÜV-A (3). NACE TM-02-84). GdFø3. UDT.130 120 .4.650) (≥ 320) (≥ 380) (≥ 347) + 20 ±0 .5.40 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. X 70 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1361. ISPESL (X). It ensures highest joint weld quality down to temperatures of -40 °C It can be used in sour gas applications (HIC-Test acc.20 .L485MB API Spec.0. 5 L: X 56. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5.7 Ni 0. SEPROZ. FI (E 46 4 1Ni C 25).1 Mn 0.210 Base Materials L415NB .2 FOX CEL 85 8010-P1 E 46 4 1Ni C 4.14 Si 0. Highly economical compared with conventional vertical-up welding. Without doubt BÖHLER FOX CEL 85 is the most popular cellulosic electrode which meets all the exacting demands of the field welding of cross country pipelines extremely well.5-96: E 46 4 1Ni C 2 5 E8010-P1 BÖHLER FOX CEL 85 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding. L415MB .6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 490 570 23 110 105 100 70 (≥ 460) (550 .). pipe welding Description Cellulose-coated electrode for vertical-down welding of high strength large diameter pipelines. GdF (X). cellulosic coating. as-welded Operating Data re-drying: not allowed ø mm electrode identification: 3.

20 .2. CL (0564). pipe welding Description Cellulose-coated electrode for vertical-down welding of high strength large diameter pipelines. as-welded Operating Data re-drying: not allowed ø mm electrode identification: 4.9 Ni 0.40 °C: °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5.180 160 . 5.17 Si 0. as well as high safety margins against porosity and slag inclusions.0 preheating and interpass temperature see Page 2-49 L mm 350 350 amps A 120 . X 80 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1324. VNIIST 2-57 . X 70.5-96: E 50 3 1Ni C 2 5 E9010-G BÖHLER FOX CEL 90 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding cellulosic coating.8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 610 650 21 100 90 75 65 40 (≥ 530) (620 .210 Base Materials L450MB. L485MB. TÜV-A (4). Statoil. L555MB API Spec.15 Mn 0. Especially recommended for hot passes. 5 L: X 65. filler and cover layers.30 .0. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. The electrode allows good weld pool visability.0 mm.0 FOX CEL 90 9010-G E 50 3 1Ni C 5. The special design of the coating and the core wire guarantees the highest metallurgical quality & soundness of the weld metal deposit with excellent mechanical properties. GdF (X).). ISPESL (X). UDT. Highly economical compared with conventional vertical-up welding.720) (≥ 318) (≥ 380) (≥ 347) (≥ 327) + 20 ±0 . 4. GdF ø3. and easy manipulation in all positions. SEPROZ.

110 100 . X 46.650) (≥ 322) (≥ 130) (≥ 347) + 20 ±0 .Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5.S355J2G3.up welding of root passes.160 Base Materials root passes for following steels: S235J2G3 . 2 h electrode identification: FOX BVD RP 8018-G E 46 3 B ø mm 2.5-96: E 46 3 B 4 1 E8018-G BÖHLER FOX BVD RP SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding.350 °C. X 56. SEPROZ 2-58 . The deposit is extremely crack resistant and features high toughness and a very low hydrogen content. X 70. as-welded Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 . Also suitable for vertical.30 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. min. NACE TM-02-84). UDT. 5 L: X 42.L415NB.2 L mm 350 350 amps A 80 . Test values for SSC-test are available too.P310GH API Spec.5 3.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 510 560 26 170 150 120 60 (≥ 460) (550 . X 52.3 Mn 1. pipe welding Description Basic coated electrode for vertical-down welding of root passes in pipeline construction and structural work. L290MB . L290NB .05 Si 0. X 80 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (03532.L555MB. Highly economical compared with conventional vertical-up welding. P235GH . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. It can be used in sour gas applications (HIC-Test acc. X 60.20 . basic coating.).

Test values for SSCtest are available too. X 52. basic coating.40 .9 Ni 0. Suitable for filler and cover pass welding in pipeline construction. Deposition rate is 80-100 % higher than for vertical up welding. GdF. Due to this and the good welding characteristics this special basic electrode offers easy handling even under field conditions.210 200 .9 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 510 560 27 170 150 120 85 65 (≥ 460) (550 .58 °F).50 °C: °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. NACE TM-02-84). X 65 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (03531. CL (1404). L290MB . Deposit is extremely crack resistant. UDT. min. SEPROZ 2-59 .L450NB.4 Mn 0. X 56.04 Si 0. B.240 Base Materials S235J2G3 . X46.20 . The weld deposit of BÖHLER FOX BVD 85 shows an ideal combination between high strength and cryogenic toughness down to . 5 L: A.350 °C. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. Special design and development work has enabled this electrode to provide exceptional striking characteristics and the avoidance of start porosity on cover (cap) passes. X 42. 2 h electrode identification: FOX BVD 85 8018-G E 46 5 1Ni B ø mm 3.5 L mm 350 350 350 amps A 110 . pipe welding Description Basic coated electrodes for vertical-down welds of large diameter pipelines and for structural work.L450MB.).160 180 .P295GH API Spec. L290NB .Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. X 60. P235GH .0 4. and features high toughness and a very low hydrogen content.5-96: E 46 5 1Ni B 4 5 E8018-G BÖHLER FOX BVD 85 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding.2 4. as-welded Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 . It can be used in sour gas applications (HIC-Test acc.S355J2G3.50 °C (.650) (≥ 322) (≥ 130) (≥ 360) (≥ 347) + 20 ±0 .

Deposit is extremely crack resistant. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. L555MB API Spec. GdF (X).0 FOX BVD 90 9018-G E 55 5 Z 2Ni B 4. Special design and development work has enabled this electrode to provide exceptional striking characteristics and the avoidance of start porosity on cover (cap) passes.2. SEPROZ 2-60 .5-96: E 55 5 Z2Ni B 4 5 E9018-G BÖHLER FOX BVD 90 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding.50 °C: °C: °C: °C: °C: (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. Deposition rate is 80-100 % higher than for vertical up welding. X 80 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (03402.210 200 . 2 h 3.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757:1997: AWS A5.2 Ni 2.40 . Due to this and the good welding characteristics this special basic electrode offers easy handling even under field conditions.350 °C.0. pipe welding Description Basic coated electrodes for vertical-down welds of large diameter pipelines and for structural work. min.0 mm.240 Base Materials L485MB. CL (1178).160 180 .2 electrode identification: 4. UDT.720) (≥ 320) (≥ 120) + 20 ±0 . Suitable for filler and cover pass welding in pipeline construction. basic coating. GdF ø3.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 600 650 27 170 145 130 110 80 (≥ 550) (620 . 4. as-welded Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 300 .). Statoil. and features high toughness and a very low hydrogen content.3 Mn 1. 5.20 .5 L mm 350 350 350 amps A 110 .04 Si 0. 5 L: X 70.

810) (≥ 318) (≥ 110) (≥ 347) + 20 ±0 .0 electrode identification: 4.50 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. Special design and development work has enabled this electrode to provide exceptional striking characteristics and the avoidance of start porosity on cover (cap) passes. Due to this and the good welding characteristics this special basic electrode offers easy handling even under field conditions. UDT.3 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 670 730 24 150 125 120 70 (≥ 620) (690 . 2 h 4.07 Si 0.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757:1997: AWS A5. pipe welding Description Basic coated electrodes for vertical-down welds of large diameter pipelines and for structural work. Suitable for filler and cover pass welding in pipeline construction.240 Base Materials L555MB API Spec.4 Mn 1. Deposition rate is 80-100 % higher than for vertical up welding. basic coating.210 200 .5-96: E 62 5 Z2Ni B 4 5 E10018-G BÖHLER FOX BVD 100 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding. SEPROZ 2-61 .20 . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.). as-welded Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 300 .5 FOX BVD 100 10018-G E 62 5 Z2Ni B Recommended interpass temperature > 100 °C L mm 350 350 amps A 180 . and features high toughness and a very low hydrogen content. Deposit is extremely crack resistant.2 Ni 2. min.350 °C. 5 L: X 80 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (06333.

350 °C. This stick electrode has become optimised for best striking properties and for avoiding start porosity in the cap layer. Deposit is extremely crack resistant.4 Mn 1.0 Mo 0. as-welded u 720 810 20 90 70 50 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 690) 760) 317) 380) 350) 340) + 20 °C: .40 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 300 .5 Ni 2.3 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.0 electrode identification: 4. Suitable for filler and cover pass welding in pipeline construction.20 °C: .07 Si 0.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757:1997: AWS A5. basic coating. With its excellent welding properties the electrode offers easy handling also under difficult conditions. Deposition rate is 80-100 % higher than for vertical up welding. 5 L: X100* * not standardised yet Approvals and Certificates SEPROZ 2-62 . and features high toughness and a very low hydrogen content. pipe welding Description Basic coated electrodes for vertical-down welds of large diameter pipelines and for structural work.5-96: E 69 3 Mn2NiMo B 4 5 E11018-G BÖHLER FOX BVD 110 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. min.5 FOX BVD 110 11018-G E 69 3 Mn2NiMo B Recommended interpass temperature > 110 °C L mm 350 350 amps A 180-210 200-240 Base Materials L690* API Spec. 2 h 4.

This stick electrode is optimised for best striking properties and for avoiding start porosity in the cap layer.4 Mn 1. 5 L: X1001). Deposit is extremely crack resistant.07 Si 0. min..Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757: 1997: AWS A5. 2 h 3.85 Ni 2. Suitable for filler and cover pass welding in pipeline construction. X1101) 1) not standardised yet 2-63 .35 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 815 870 18 80 60 50 (≥ 740) (≥ 830) (≥ 17) (≥ 80) (≥ 50) (≥ 40) +20 °C: -20 °C: -40 °C: (*) u untreated. as-welded Operating Data re-drying if necessary ø mm L mm 300-350 °C.25 Mo 0. pipe welding Description Basic coated electrodes for vertical-down welds of large diameter pipelines and for structural work. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. and features high toughness and a very low hydrogen content.2 350 electrode identification: 4.5-96: E 69 3 Mn2NiMo B 4 5 E12018-G BÖHLER FOX BVD 120 SMAW stick electrode for vertical-down welding basic coating..0 350 FOX BVD 120 12018-G E 69 3 Mn2NiMo B Recommended interpass temperature >120 °C amps A 110-160 180-220 Base Materials EN: L6901) API Spec. With its excellent welding properties the electrode offers easy handling also under difficult conditions. Deposition rate is 80-100 % higher than for vertical up welding.

LTSS.160 2. A192. X65-X802) ASTM A53 Gr. A179. basic coating. A210 Gr. tubes and plates on D.5 300 140 . P235G2TH. S255NL1 up to S420NL1. pipe welding Description BÖHLER FOX EV PIPE is a basic coated electrode with some additions of rutile and silicates. re-drying if necessary: 300 .2 mm is possible for root passes in case of wall thicknesses of 8 mm and more.640) (≥ 322) (≥ 120) (≥ 347) (≥ 327) + - 20 20 40 46 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. X46. positive polarity. or even AC. Weld metal toughness is available down to -46 °C. It is user friendly and provides a good gap bridging ability together with easy slag removal to ensure minimum grinding. BÖHLER FOX EV PIPE offers considerable time savings against AWS E 7018 type electrodes when welding root passes due to increased travel speeds.C. S255N .180 negative Preheated and interpass temperatures as required by the base material. as-welded Operating Data ø mm L mm amps A 2. negative polarity as well as for filler and cover passes of pipes.0 300 130 .2. A106 Gr. P255G1TH. L450MB2) up to L555MB2) API Spec. A-1 1) stress relieved up to S380N / S380NL1 2) only for root pass Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7620. VNIIST.1M-04: E4916-1H4 R BÖHLER FOX EV PIPE SMAW stick electrode for vertical-up welding.2 350 160 .9 Ni 0.190 3.1-04: E7016-1H4 R AWS A5. L290MB up to L415MB. Also the use of dia.). X60. UDT. CL (1469). 2 h electrode identification: FOX EV PIPE 7016-1 E 42 4 B Base Materials EN P235GH. 3.S420N1).3 mm. P265GH. A-B.17 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 470 560 29 170 100 60 55 (≥ 420) (520 .0 350 110 . SEPROZ.350 °C. X56. P275T1. very low hydrogen content (HD < 5 ml/100 g).6 Mn 0.5 mm. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.C. P295GH. 5L: X 42. The optimum for root gap width for root passes is 2 . P235T1. min. L290NB up to L360NB. VNIIGAZ 2-64 . It is excellent suited for positional welding of root passes using D. A-C.130 polarity 4. pass The electrodes are ready for use straight from the hermetically sealed tins.06 Si 0. the root face should be in the range 2 . X52.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: E 42 4 B 1 2 H5 AWS A5.

5 L: A. tubes and plates on D.5 mm. basic coating. E. B.5 300 140 . for root The optimum gap width for root passes is 2-3 mm. P380NH-P460NH. 65.190 electrode identification: 3. S380N . X 65 ASTM A516 Gr. X 60.2 350 160 .350 °C. C35-C45. Base Materials EN: S235J2G3 . The electrodes are ready for use straight from the hermetically sealed tins.L450MB.2 mm is possible for root passes in case of wall thicknesses of 8 mm and more. min.S460NL. negative polarity as well as for filler and cover passes for pipes. A572 Gr. X 52. A612. positive polarity. pipe welding Description Basic coated electrode excellent suited for positional welding of root passes using D. E335. 1-3 Approvals and Certificates VNIIGAZ 2-65 .S460N. A618 Gr. 55. P235GH P295GH. L210NB . GE260-GE300 API Spec.40 °C.C.S355J2G3. S380NL . P310GH. I. The electrode offers considerable time savings against AWS E 8018 type electrodes when welding root passes due to increased travel speeds. X46. BÖHLER FOX EV 60 PIPE offers considerable time savings against AWS E 8018 type electrodes when welding root passes due to increased travel speeds.9 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 550 590 29 170 150 140 110 (≥ 500) (560 .5-96: E 50 4 1 Ni B 1 2 H5 E8016-GH4 R BÖHLER FOX EV 60 PIPE SMAW stick electrode for vertical up welding. as-welded Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A 300 .L450NB.180 polarity 5. 2 h 2. Good impact properties down to .2 Ni 0.720) (≥ 322) (≥ 130) (≥ 47) + 20 0 -20 . 65.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. S355J2G3.230 negative Preheated and interpass temperatures as required by the base material.S460NL2. 60.C. A633 Gr.C.40 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. L210MB .0 450 180 . X 42. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.6 Mn 1. A537 Gr.130 FOX EV 60 PIPE 8016-G E 50 4 1 Ni B 4.0 350 110 . or even A. 3. low hydrogen content (HD < 5 ml/100 g). E295. Also the use of dia. the root face should be in the range pass 2-2. S380NL1 . as well as packaging in hermetically sealed tins are further features for the user.07 Si 0. X 56.

min.3 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 620 680 20 140 80 70 (≥ 550) (630 .20 °C: .C.180 Preheat and interpass temperature as required by the base material. Good impact properties down to -40 °C.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757:1997: AWS A5. 5 L: X 65.C. as-welded Operating Data ø mm L mm amps A 2. BÖHLER FOX EV 70 PIPE offers considerable time savings against AWS E 9018 type electrodes when welding root passes due to increased travel speeds.130 4. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.2 mm is possible for root passes in case of wall thicknesses of 8 mm and more. 2 h electrode identification: FOX EV 70 PIPE 9016-G polarity negative for root pass Base Materials EN: L450MB. or even A. X 70. re-drying: 300-350 °C.780) (≥ 318) (≥ 90) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: .06 Si 0. negative polarity as well as for filler and cover passes of pipes.50 Mn 1. positive polarity.C. The electrodes are ready for use straight from the hermetically sealed tins.0 350 110 .2 Mo 0.5 300 40 . Also the use of dia. 3. It is excellent suited for positional welding of root passes using D.5-96: E 55 4 Z (Mn 2Ni Mo) B 1 2 H5 E9016-GH4 R BÖHLER EV 70 PIPE SMAW stick electrode for vertical-up welding basic coating. low hydrogen content (HD < 5 ml/100 g). The optimum gap width for root passes is 2-3 mm. as well as packaging in hermetically sealed tins are further features for the user. L555MB API Spec.5 mm. X 80 Approvals and Certificates – 2-66 . tubes and plates on D.90 3.7 Ni 2. L485MB.2 350 60 . the root face should be in the range 2-2. It is user friendly and provides a good gap bridging ability together with easy slag removal to ensure minimum grinding.40 °C: u untreated. pipe welding Description BÖHLER FOX EV 70 PIPE is a high strength basic coated electrode.

Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – GMAW Solid Wires EN 440:1995: EN 440:1995: G4Si1 (for wire) G 46 5 M G0 G4 Si1 G 42 4 C G0 G4 Si1 AWS A5.25 % CO2 0.05 Si 0.).75 Mn 1.g. An optimum balanced alloying concept ensures good weld metal properties to fulfil the high requirements in the On-Offshore-Pipeline Industry. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. The very important quality aspects.9 100 % CO2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. as-welded .640) (≥ 325) (≥ 395) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: . X65 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (07682. 5L: X42.680) (≥ 324) (≥ 100) (≥ 365) (≥ 347) u2 470 610 26 100 60 (≥ 440) (570 .L485MB API Spez.shielding gas 100 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gases: ø mm Argon + 15 .40 °C: . Deposit is extremely crack resistant and the weld metal toughness is available down to -50 °C. pipe welding Description BÖHLER SG 3-P is a micro alloyed GMAW solid wire designed for high quality automatic welding of pipelines. as-welded . Base Materials EN: L290MB .18M-01: ER485S-G BÖHLER SG 3-P GMAW solid wire for automatic welding. copper coating.50 °C: (*) u1 untreated. X60. prerequisite for uninterrupted feedability of the solid wire e.18-01: ER70S-G AWS A5. X52. helix of the wire. X56.5 Ti + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u1 510 640 25 120 75 55 (≥ 470) (600 . UDT 2-67 . close wire diameter tolerance and precision layer wound spooling are taken into account during the production.25 % CO2 u2 untreated. X46.shielding gas Ar + 15 .

The deposit is extremely crack resistant and the weld metal offers high impact values down to -50 °C.9 1.70 Mn 1.28-96: G3Ni1 G 42 5 M G3Ni1 ER80S-G BÖHLER K NOVA Ni GMAW solid wire for automatic welding Description GMAW wire micro alloyed. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.50 °C: (*) u untreated. designed for high quality automatic welding of pipelines.2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.06 Si 0.0 1.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – GMAW Solid Wires EN 440:1995: EN 440:1995: AWS A5.7TM Approvals and Certificates DNV 2-68 . Base Materials API5L: EN 10208-2: DIN 17172: X 42 – X 70 (X 80) L290MB – L485MB StE290TM up to StE480.50 Ni 0. as-welded shielding gas: 100 % CO2 Operating Data Shielding gases Argon +15-25 % CO2 Argon +0-5 % CO2 +3-10 % O2 100 % CO2 ø mm wire 0. as-welded shielding gas: Ar +15-25 % CO2 u1 untreated.90 Ti + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 500 590 24 150 80 (> 420) (> 550) (> 20) (≥ 47) u1 470 560 25 110 45 (> 420) (> 500) (> 20) + 20 °C: . An optimum balanced alloying concept ensures good weld metal properties to fulfil the high requirements in the on-offshore pipeline industry.

The wire is suited for joint welding in boiler.S500NL.3 Ni 0.9 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 620 700 23 140 110 (≥ 550) (650 .800) (≥ 320) (≥ 120) (≥ 390) (≥ 347) u2 590 680 22 120 (≥ 550) (620 . ÖBB. 5L: X 70.25 % CO2 0. X 80 Approvals and Certificates DB (42.06).5 % CO2 + 3–10 % O2 1. as-welded . quenched and tempered fine-grained constructional steels. UDT. Base Materials pipe steels and fine-grained steels S460N . BHV 70. low hydrogen contents in the deposit. GL (4Y56S). SEPROZ 2-69 . N-A-XTRA 56-70.8 Mo 0.S550NC.shielding gas 100 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gases: ø mm Argon + 15 .08 Si 0. pipeline. L555MB quenched and tempered fine-grained steels e.014/4). pipe welding Description Copper coated GMAW wire for high strength. 20MnMoNi5-5 API Spec. best feedability and low copper contents are other advantages of this wire. Due to the precise addition of micro alloying elements NiMo1-IG wire features excellent ductility and crack resistance in spite of its high strength. as-welded . L480MB.014.770) (≥ 320) (≥ 100) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: . HSM 700.0 100 % CO2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. g.Filler Metals for Pipeline Welding – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12534:1999: Mn3Ni1Mo (for wire) EN 12534:1999: G 55 6 M Mn3Ni1Mo G 55 4 C Mn3Ni1Mo AWS A5. Good cryogenic impact energy down to -60 °C. pressure vessel. S460NL .9 Argon + 0.25 % CO2 u2 untreated. ÜZ (42. S500NC . and crane construction as well as in structural steel engineering.60 °C: (*) u untreated. The typical composition of the wire fulfils the requirements of the NORSOK-regulation for „water injection systems“.shielding gas Ar + 15 . PAS 700.28-96: ER90S-G BÖHLER NiMo 1-IG GMAW solid wire for automatic welding.40 °C: .6 Mn 1.S500N.

Notes 2-70 .

................... Generally speaking it should be noted that increased care must be taken during fabrication and a structural design suitable for welding and withstanding stress is an essential prerequisite since the minimum values of the yield stress rise as the wall thickness increases....................... in the form of rod and sectional steel. Weather-resistant steels are used in all areas of structural steel engineering and light-gauge steel construction........... for fractionated distillation of hydrocarbons.......................................................... amongst other things for overhead wire and overhead trolley wire masts. The cryogenic qualities and special qualities of steel may be used down to -60 °C without fear of brittle fracture.............74 GTAW RODS...............88 FLUX CORED WIRE ............ for the transport of liquefied natural gas and in air liquefaction plants.. Filler Metals for Weather-resistant.. high-tensile and cryogenic steels........................................ Due to their excellent strength properties they may also be used for higher operating temperatures (over 400 °C) although in this case the proof stress decreases considerably................................................... lightgauge sheets and heavy plates............................................................................................ the construction of vehicles..95 SAW WIRE/FLUX-COMBINATIONS .......... wagons and agricultural machinery for welded structures subject to high static and dynamic loads...................................4....................... High-strength and Cryogenic Steels u Objectives u Contents This section provides detailed product information for filler metals that may be used to weld weather-resistant.......72 SMAW STICK ELECTRODES .Product Information 2..... High-tensile steels may be used down to very low temperatures in structural steel engineering and plant construction...................................... Consult the building regulations for pressurised vessels with regard to special applications...... Cryogenic steels are intended for components subject to static and dynamic loads at operating temperatures below -40 °C in gas liquefaction plants in the processing of mineral oil.........96 2-71 ........ OVERVIEW .......85 GMAW SOLID WIRES .....

5-96: E8018-C3H4R B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.5-96: E11018-GH4R E11018-MH4R(mod.5-96: E9018-G E9018-D1(mod.) AWS A5.28-96: ER120S-G AWS A5.28-96: ER110S-G AWS A5.28-96: ER110S-G AWS A5.5-96: E8018-GH4R 1NiMo B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.23-97: F9A4-EF3(mod.18: ER80S-Ni1 AWS A5.28-96: ER80S-Ni2 Flux cored wire Ti 60-FD EN 758: T 50 6 1 Ni P M 1 H5 AWS A5.23-97: ENi2 AWS A5.5-IG X 70-IG X 90-IG 2.5-96: E8018-GH4R E8018-D1H4R (mod.23-97: EF3(mod.5-96: E9018-GH4R E9018-D1H4R (mod.5-UP/BB 24 S 69 6 FB S Z 3Ni2CrMo Ni 2-UP Ni 2-UP/BB 24 EN 756: S 2Ni2 EN 756: S 46 6 FB S2Ni2 2-72 .)-M4 AWS A5.)-F3 F62A4-EF3(mod.) AWS A5.5-UP EN 756: S Z 3Ni2CrMo 3 NiCrMo 2.5-96: E10018-G (E10018-D2mod.) 757: E 55 6 1NiMo B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.28-96: ER80S-Ni2 GMAW solid wires NiCu 1-IG K Nova Ni NiMo 1-IG NiCrMo 2.)-F3 AWS A5.28-96: ER80S-G AWS A5.5-96: E11018-MH4R 757: E 89 4 Mn2Ni1CrMoB42 H5 AWS A5.28-96: ER90S-G AWS A5.5 Ni-IG G 42 4 M G0 G 42 4 C G0 EN 440: G 3 Ni 1 EN 12534: G 55 6 M Mn3Ni1Mo G 55 4 C Mn3Ni1Mo EN 12534: G 69 6 M Mn3Ni2.) 757: E 55 3 MnMo B T 4 2 H10 AWS A5.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals uOverview – Classifications Böhler EN SMAW stick electrodes FOX FOX FOX FOX NiCuCr EV 60 EV 63 EV 65 EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN – EN EN 499: 499: 499: 757: E E E E 46 46 50 55 4 6 4 6 AWS FOX EV 70 FOX EV 70 Mo FOX NiMo 100 FOX EV 75 FOX EV 85 FOX EV 85 M FOX EV 100 FOX 2.5 Ni-IG EN 1668: W 46 3 W2Mo EN 1668: W 3 Ni 1 EN 1668: W 50 8 W2Ni2 AWS A5.) 757: E 62 4 Mn1NiMoB 42 H5 AWS A5.5CrMo G 69 4 C Mn3Ni2.28-96: ER80S-G ER70S-A1 AWS A5.20-95: E81T1-Ni1MH8 SAW wire/flux-combinations 3 NiMo 1-UP 3 NiMo 1-UP/BB24 EN 756: S Z3Ni1Mo EN 756: S 50 4 FB SZ3Ni1Mo AWS A5.5CrMo EN 12534: G 69 5 M Mn3Ni1CrMo EN 12534: G 89 6 M Mn4Ni2CrMo EN 440: G 46 8 M G2 Ni2 G 46 6 C G2 Ni2 EN 440: AWS A5.5-96: E10018-GH4R E10018-MH4R(mod.23-97: EM4(mod.) 757: E 62 6 Mn2NiCrMo B42 H5 AWS A5.28-96: ER80S-G AWS A5.) AWS A5.5-96: E8018-W2H4R 1Ni B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.5-96: E8018-C1H4R GTAW rods DMO-IG I 52 Ni 2.5-96: E12018G 499: E 46 8 2Ni B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.) 757: E 69 6 Mn2NiCrMo B42 H5 AWS A5.)-M4 F76A6-EM4(mod.5 Ni Z (NiCrCu) B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.23-97: F11A8-EM4(mod.23-97: F8A8-ENi2-Ni2 F55A6-ENi2-Ni2 3 NiCrMo 2.

2 2.8 Cr 0.4 0.05 0.15 1.3 0.9 2.55 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.4 0.7 1.05 0.3 0.12 0.4 0.9 0.0 2.25 2.5 Ni 0.50 1.15 0.06 0.35 0.5 0.5 Ni-IG 0.11 0.55 0.50 2-73 .06 0.5 GMAW solid wires NiCu 1-IG K Nova Ni NiMo 1-IG NiCrMo 2.3 0.8 1.1 0.1 0.6 0.5 1.35 0.5 0.0 1.3 0.5-UP 3 NiCrMo 2.11 0.07 GTAW rods DMO-IG 2.4 0.1 0.4 Ti + Flux cored wire Ti 60-FD 0.45 1.4 0.7 2.6 0.1 2.1 0.07 0.45 0.0 0.5 0.0 2.1 0.08 0.06 0.1 0.25 0.25 2.5 1.5 1.9 0.55 1.06 0.7 0.9 Mo V Cu 0.35 0.5 FOX EV 70 FOX EV 70 Mo FOX NiMo 100 FOX EV 75 FOX EV 85 FOX EV 85 M FOX EV 100 FOX 2.5 2.6 1.6 0.5-UP/BB 24 Ni 2-UP Ni 2-UP/BB 24 0.6 1.2 0.8 1.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler C SMAW stick electrodes FOX FOX FOX FOX NiCuCr EV 60 EV 63 EV 65 0.5-IG X 70-IG X 90-IG 2.3 2.4 0.4 0.4 0.6 0.7 1.95 0.25 1.25 0.1 0.6 0.5 1.35 0.08 0.30 0.45 0.2 2.85 1.05 0.2 1.2 1.1 0.05 0.1 0.08 0.6 Ni 0.25 0.06 0.5 Ni-IG 0.3 Mn 0.12 0.04 Si 0.5 0.3 2.35 0.7 1.4 0.6 1.6 1.2 0.95 2.6 0.6 1.035 0.05 0.07 0.4 0.1 1.4 0.85 SAW wire/flux-combinations 3 NiMo 1-UP 3 NiMo 1-UP/BB24 3 NiCrMo 2.6 1.2 0.4 0.06 0.3 0.8 0.1 1.7 0.8 0.4 1.5 0.06 0.5 1.9 0.

5 3. CORALDUR and KORRALPIN. S355J2G3 Cu ASTM A36.30 °C: .2 4. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 . A283 Gr. C Approvals and Certificates RMR (3 YHH). weather resistant Description NiCuCr alloyed basic coated electrode for welding weathering resistant constructional steels such as CORTEN. UDT Similar-alloy Filler Metals GMAW solid wire: NiCu 1-IG 2-74 . 2 h electrode identifikation: FOX NiCuCr 8018-W2 E 46 4 Z B ø mm 2.6 Cu 0. PANTINAX.680) (≥ 325) (≥ 140) (≥ 110) (≥ 190) s 500 550 27 190 (≥ 410) (490 .High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. low-alloyed.45 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 520 570 27 200 150 130 (≥ 460) (530 . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. S235JRW. Very low hydrogen contents (according AWS condition HD ≤ 4 ml/100 g weld metal). S355JRW.150 150 .110 130 . and high crack resistance even when subjected to restraint. Excellent mechanical properties. 115 %.190 Base Materials weather-resistant constructional steels S235JR.7 Cr 0.05 Si 0. Easily weldable in all positions except vertical-down.4 Mn 0. min.5-96: E 46 4 Z(NiCrCu) B 4 2 H5 E8018-W2H4R BÖHLER FOX NiCuCr SMAW stick electrode.6 Ni 0.610) (≥ 326) (≥ 118) + 20 °C: .350 °C.0 L mm 350 350 450 amps A 80 . B. Metal recovery approx.40 °C: (*) u untreated.

Easily weldable in all positions except vertical-down. SEPROZ.S460N. LTSS.140 140 .5-96: E 46 6 1Ni B 4 2 H5 E8018-C3H4R BÖHLER FOX EV 60 SMAW stick electrode. L245MB . P355NH-P460NH. ISPESL (X). 1-3. L210 . P310GH.680) (≥ 323) (≥ 120) + 20 °C: . S380N . P355 NL1 P460NL1. 65.2 4. cryogenic fine-grained steels and special grades E295. A618 Gr. low-alloyed. Very good impact strength in aged condition.180 190 . E.230 Base Materials constructional steels. A612. min.9 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 510 610 27 180 110 (≥ 460) (580 . Statoil. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. 60.680) (≥ 323) (≥ 130) (≥ 365) s 480 580 27 160 (≥ 460) (560 . particularly high toughness and crack resistance. RMR (3 YHH). CRS (3YH5) 2-75 . TÜV-A (275). I. 55.S460NL. S355J2G3. S380NL1.60 °C: (*) u untreated. 65. A537 Gr. S380NL .L450MB.).0 5.100 110 . P355NL2 . Very low hydrogen content (according AWS condition HD ≤ 4 ml/100 g weld metal). E335. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1524. Metal recovery about 115 %.L450NB. GE260-GE300 ASTM A516 Gr. 2 h electrode identifikation: FOX EV 60 8018-C3 E 46 6 1Ni B ø mm 2.P460NL2. high strength Description Basic coated MnNi alloyed electrode with excellent mechanical properties.15 Ni 0. C35-C45.0 L mm 350 350 450 450 amps A 80 .350 °C.and vessel steels.4 Mn 1.07 Si 0. UDT. For higher strength fine-grained constructional steels. A633 Gr. pipe.5 3. Suitable for service temperatures at – 60 °C to + 350 °C. DNV (3 YHH). A572 Gr. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 .

E.5 3. DB (10. pipe steels.7 Mn 1. Very low hydrogen content (according AWS condition HD ≤ 4 ml/100 g weld metal).0 L mm 350 350 450 450 amps A 80 .). min.180 190 .C60. E295 . Ductile and crack resistant weld metal. UDT.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 580 630 26 170 90 (≥ 500) (610 .GE300.720) (≥ 322) (≥ 140) (≥ 147) s 560 610 26 130 (≥ 500) (590 . K.P500NH.S500N. Metal recovery approx.6 %.06 Si 0. R0800 ASTM A225 Gr.E360. A. Also suitable for rail joint welding. H. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 .014.140 140 . C. M.40 °C: (*) u untreated. RMR (3 YHH). high strength Description Basic coated electrode for carbon and low-alloy steels of higher strength with carbon contents up to 0.2 4. rail steels S355J2G3. 2 h electrode identifikation: FOX EV 63 8018-G E 50 4 B ø mm 2. F. low-alloyed. SEPROZ 2-76 . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. J.07).High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. P Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0730.0 5. Weldable in all positions except vertical-down. P315NH .350 °C. C.5-96: E 50 4 B 4 2 H5 E8018-GH4R BÖHLER FOX EV 63 SMAW stick electrode.014/1). 115 %.710) (≥ 324) (≥ 100) + 20 °C: . B.110 100 .230 Base Materials constructional steels. S355N . A517 Gr. ÜZ (10. C35 . TÜV-A (X). GE200 . ÖBB.

UDT.P460NL2.S500NL1. pipe. 20MnMoNi5-5. as well as post weld heat base metal. A517 Gr.S460NH.60 °C: (*) u untreated.5 electrode identifikation: 3.and vessel steels. S380N .S500N. SEPROZ 2-77 .P460NL1. A572 Gr. Very low hydrogen content (according AWS condition HD ≤ 4 ml/100 g weld metal). 65 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1802. 22NiMoCr4-7. B. A.). 2 h 2. high strength Description Basic coated electrode with high ductility and crack resistance. 15NiCuMoNb5S (WB 36). S355NH . J. cryogenic fine-grained steels and special grades E295 .750) (≥ 320) (≥ 130) (≥ 347) s 580 630 25 160 (≥ 530) (620 . S380NL .5-96: E 55 6 1NiMo B 4 2 H5 E8018-GH4R E8018-D1H4R(mod. E. P355NL1 . min. Resistant to ageing.35 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 600 650 25 180 80 (≥ 550) (630 . P.S500NL. A225 Gr.140 450 140 . 20MnMoNi5-5. C. K.2 FOX EV 65 8018-G E 55 6 1NiMo B 4.350 °C. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 300 .3 Mn 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. L mm amps A 350 80 . low-alloyed.180 treatment as required by the Base Materials constructional steels. Ductile down to -60 °C. H. M.100 350 100 . for high-strength fine-grained steels.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757:1997: AWS A5. 22NiMoCr4-7 ASTM A302 Gr.0 Preheating and interpass temperature. Easy to handle in all positions except vertical-down. C.) BÖHLER FOX EV 65 SMAW stick electrode. S380NL1 .2 Ni 0.E360. F.06 Si 0. A-D.8 Mo 0. P355NL2 .730) (≥ 320) (≥ 120) + 20 °C: . 17MnMoV6-4 (WB 35).

A225 Gr. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 300 .035 Si 0. Metal recovery approx. A.350 °C.9 Mo 0.140 140 . B. UDT.5-96: E 55 6 1NiMo B 4 2 H5 E9018-GH4R E9018-D1H4R(mod. L mm 350 450 amps A 100 . C.180 treatment as required by the Base Materials high-strength fine-grained steels S380N . Very low hydrogen content (according AWS condition HD ≤ 4 ml/100 g weld metal). F. M. H.3 Mn 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757:1997: AWS A5. E. Preheat and interpass temperatures.1 Ni 0.780) (≥ 322) (≥ 130) (≥ 347) s 650 700 24 130 (≥ 580) (660 . C. Easy to handle in all positions except vertical-down. as well as post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal.S500NL ASTM A517 Gr.2 electrode identifikation: 4.780) (≥ 322) (≥ 120) + 20 °C: . 2 h 3.0 FOX EV 70 9018-G E 55 6 1NiMo B Preheating and interpass temperature. high strength Description Basic coated Mo-Ni alloyed electrode exhibiting high ductility and crack resistant for applications on high-strength fine-grained steels.). A633 Gr. Suitable for service temperatures between -60 °C and +350 °C. A572 Gr. P. low-alloyed. as well as post weld heat base metal.4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 650 700 24 160 70 (≥ 600) (680 . SEPROZ 2-78 . E. K. 65 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0112.) BÖHLER FOX EV 70 SMAW stick electrode. J. min.S500N.60 °C: (*) u untreated. P380NL . 115 %.

fine-grained steels.240 treatment as required by the Base Materials high-strength.12).5 electrode identifikation: 3.5-96: E9018-G E9018-D1(mod. tough and ageing resistant. 22Mo4 ASTM A225 Gr.760) (≥ 320) (≥ 120) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: .140 450 140 . A514 und A517 Gr.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 580 680 22 150 185 (≥ 550) (620 .0 5.014. e. F. A302 Gr.014.180 450 180 .100 350 110 . E. GE300. K. C. P380NH .).S500N. rail steels up to R0800 (for joint welding) E295 .High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757:1997: E 55 3 MnMo B T 4 2 H10 AWS A5. as well as post weld heat base metal.0 Preheating and interpass temperature. M.014/2). 2 h 2. TÜV-A (122).S460NH. DB (10.g. low-alloyed. L mm amps A 250 70 .06 Si 0. S380N . J. A-D. ÜZ (10. as-welded s stress relieved 650 °C/15 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 300 . high strength Description Basic coated Mn-Mo alloyed electrode especially suited for high-strength fine-grained constructional steels and high-temperature steels.4 Mn 1. B.C60. 15NiCuMoNb5S. 17MnMoV6-4.2 FOX EV 70 Mo 9018-G E 55 3 MnMo B T 4. 15NiCuMoNb5S.) BÖHLER FOX EV 70 Mo SMAW stick electrode.30 °C: (*) u untreated. min. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. CL (0754) 2-79 . ÖBB.E360.350 °C. Crack resistant.780) (≥ 320) (≥ 120) (≥ 347) s 580 650 23 160 190 (≥ 550) (620 . P Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1178. A.11-20. P310GH. H. Excellent weldability in all positions except vertical-down.6 Mo 0. C. C35 .

High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757:1997: AWS A5. steels acc. post-weld heat treatment: stress relieving according to parent metal.5-96: E 62 4 Mn 1 Ni Mo B 42 H5 E 10018-G (E 10018-D2 mod.85 Mo 0. 2 h electrode identification: FOX NiMo 100 ø mm 3. valves and oil tools according to sour gas specification.95 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J +20 °C: -40 °C: s ≥ 620 ≥ 690 ≥ 18 ≥ 47 ≥ 47 (*) s Stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300-350 °C. For creep resistant steels and cast steel grades.0 L mm 350 350 450 amps A 100-150 140-200 180-250 Base Materials GS-30CrMoV64. min.11 Si 0. Very low H2-content ≤ 5 ml/100 g.25 Mn 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. AISI 4130 Approvals and Certificates – 2-80 . Extremely high resistance to cracking and cold toughness at temperatures as low as -40 °C.0 5.) BÖHLER FOX NiMo 100 Basic covered electrode Description Basic covered MnNiMo alloyed electrode.40 Ni 0. ASTM A 487-4Q.2 4.

H.60 °C: (≥ 650) (730 .2 electrode identifikation: 4. F. 2 h 3. Weld metal recovery approx. A 514 and A517 Gr. A678 Gr. QT-steels up to 730 N/mm2 tensile strength S500N. S460NL ASTM A225 Gr. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2h/furnace down to 300 °C/air v quenched/tempered 910 °C/1h/air and 600 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 300 . interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal. low-alloyed. C Approvals and Certificates UDT.140 140 . 120 %.05 Si 0.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757:1997: E 62 6 Mn2NiCrMo B 4 2 H5 AWS A5. K. Preheat. P. min.670) (≥ 320) (≥ 370) (*) u untreated. M. as well as post weld heat base metal. E. quenched and tempered fine-grained constructional steels. SEPROZ 2-81 . C.4 Mn 1.4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 700 750 23 + 20 °C: 140 . Easily weldable in all positions except vertical-down. A656. high strength Description Mn-Mo-Ni-alloyed basic coated electrode with high ductility and crack resistance for highstrength. J.830) (≥ 320) (≥ 370) v 500 615 24 120 (≥ 430) (550 .0 Mo 0. Suitable for service temperatures at – 60 °C to + 400 °C.350 °C. S500NH.6 Cr 0. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. Very low hydrogen content (according AWS condition HD ≤ 4 ml/100 g weld metal).180 treatment as required by the Base Materials quenched and tempered fine-grained steels up to 650 N/mm2 yield strength. A.850) (≥ 320) (≥ 120) (≥ 347) s 700 750 23 120 (≥ 630) (710 . B.0 FOX EV 75 10018-G E 62 6 Mn2NiCrMo B Preheating and interpass temperature.4 Ni 2.) BÖHLER FOX EV 75 SMAW stick electrode.5-96: E10018-GH4R E10018-MH4R(mod. C. L mm 350 450 amps A 100 .

960) (≥ 316) (≥ 390) (≥ 347) s 750 800 20 80 (≥ 690) (760 . S620QL1. S620 QL-S690QL. quenched and tempered low-alloyed steels up to 790 N/mm2 tensile strength.014/2).05 Si 0. ÖBB.140 140 .0 450 Preheat.100 100 .). Base Materials quenched and tempered fine-grained steels up to 720 N/mm2 yield strength.2 350 FOX EV 85 11018-G E 69 6 Mn2NiCrMo B 4. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment as required Strom 70 .High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 757:1997: E 69 6 Mn2NiCrMo B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.7 Cr 0.860) (≥ 319) (≥ 365) (*) u untreated.180 190 . Low-temperature ductility at -60 °C and resistant to ageing.0 450 5. ÜZ (10. Easily weldable in all positions except vertical-down.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 780 840 20 + 20 °C: 110 .230 by the base metal.850) (≥ 316) (≥ 360) v 750 790 20 80 (≥ 650) (730 . SEPROZ 2-82 . DB (10.4 Ni 2.5-96: E11018-GH4R E11018-MH4R(mod. high strength Description Basic coated Mn-Ni-Mo-alloyed electrode with high ductility and crack resistant for highstrength fine-grained constructional steels. min.350 °C. UDT.014. N-AXTRA 56. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air v quenched/tempered 920 °C/1h/air and 600 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm 300 . low-alloyed.) BÖHLER FOX EV 85 SMAW stick electrode.4 Mn 1. Very low hydrogen content (according AWS condition HD ≤ 4 ml/100 g weld metal).5 350 electrode identifikation: 3.1 Mo 0. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 63. 70 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4313. 2 h 2.22).60 °C: 60 (≥ 720) (790 . S690QL1.

cryogenic steels for ship building 12Ni14. cryogenic application Description Ni-alloyed basic coated electrode for unalloyed and Ni-alloyed fine grained construction steels.140 140 . LR (5Y40mH15).680) (≥ 324) (≥ 110) (≥ 347) s 470 550 30 200 (≥ 420) (540 . 10Ni14. P355NL1 . A572 Gr.5-96: E 46 8 2Ni B 4 2 H5 E8018-C1H4R BÖHLER FOX 2.80 °C: (*) u untreated. S355NH . A203 Gr.6).014. S255N .350 °C. DB (10.1/2.4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 490 570 30 180 110 (≥ 460) (550 . A333 and A334 Gr. 14Ni6. S255NL . RINA (5YH5. Base Materials cryogenic constructional steels and Ni-steels.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 499:1994: AWS A5. as-welded s stress relieved 580 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data ø mm L mm 2.). Post weld heat treatment if necessary only as required by the base metal. P355NL2 .16). GL (8Y46). (according AWS condition HD ≤ 4 ml/100 g weld metal) Preheat 100 . D.3 Mn 0. DNV (5 YH10).0 450 5.5 Ni 8018-C1 E 46 8 2Ni B amps A 70 .5 Ni-IG Ni 2-UP/BB 24 2-83 . 2 h electrode identifikation: FOX 2. A 350 Gr.5 Ni SMAW stick electrode. WIWEB. Tough.S460N. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment as required re-drying if necessary: 300 . Good weldability in all position except vertical down.5 350 3. interpass temperature max.2 350 4. crack resistant weld deposit. Very low hydrogen content. Low temperature toughness to -80 °C.S380NL1 ASTM A633 Gr. UDT.S460NH. 150 °C. 3. S255NL1 .0 450 Preheat. ABS (Ni 2.5 Ni-IG 2.S460NL. 13MnNi6-3. SEPROZ Similar alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: SMAW stick electrode: SAW combination: 2. ÜZ (10.100 110 . BV (5Y40).230 by the base metal. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. ÖBB.04 Si 0.640) (≥ 324) (≥ 110) + 20 °C: . 65. LF3 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (00147.150 °C on wall thickness > 15 mm.8 Ni 2.3H5) Statoil.P460NL2. E.180 190 . min. CL (0260). low-alloyed.014/1).P460NL1.

5 Cr 0.35 Ni 2.35 Mo 0.8 0.5 0.05 Si 0.5 2.SMAW stick electrode.0 / 450 5.7 0. 3.2 FOX EV 100 E 89 4 Mn2Ni1CrMoB42H5 > 890 N/mm2 > 980 N/mm2 15 % > 47 J Basic coated electrode for welding of high tensile fine-grained steels.2 / 350 4.35 1.07 These electrodes are not regular stock items. Analysis all weld metal wt.06 0.0 / 450 Current. . Welding position Approval Böhler Designation EN 757:1997: AWS A5.2 / 350 4. available an request only.5-96: > > > > 680 N/mm2 760 N/mm2 20 % 100 J Basic coated electrode for welding of high tensile fine-grained steels. Weld metal is highly crack resistant.% yield strength Re tensile strength Rm elongation A impact work RT FOX EV 85 M – E11018-MH4R C < 0.2 Mn 1.0 / 450 5. high strength Application Base metals Form of supply ø (mm) 3.0 / 450 E12018G 2-84 C Si Mn Cr Mo Ni V 0.

KTA 1408 1 (8066. P310GH.5424 BÖHLER DMO-IG GTAW rod.Nr.09).6 2.004-0).: W Mo Si W2Mo (for rod) W 46 3 W2Mo ER70S-A1 (ER80S-G) 1. non-ageing.L415NB.S460N. 20MnMoNi5-5.2 Preheating.014. P235GH. 16Mo3. pipeline.L415MB. P295GH. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal. DB (42. BV (UP). S255N . A204M Gr.2 Mo 0.28-96: W. and crane construction as well as in structural steel engineering. high strength Description Copper coated GTAW rod for welding in boiler.0 2. A217 Gr. ageing resistant and steels resistant to caustic cracking S355J2G3. as-welded – shielding gas Argon a annealed. C. low-alloyed. F1. Recommended for the temperature range from -30 °C to +500 °C. B. P255NH . A250M Gr.P460NH ASTM A335 Gr. Very tough deposit of high crack resistant. TÜV-A (75). CL (0483).5424 shielding gas: 100 % Argon Base Materials similar alloyed high temperature steels and cast steels.45 °C: (*) u untreated. A161-94 Gr. ITI (09. A. 22NiMoCr4-7. 17MnMoV6-4.0 3. UDT. L290 . 20MnMoNi4-5.720) (≥ 323) (≥ 180) (≥ 347) a 480 570 26 230 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 515) 319) 200) + 20 °C: . T1 A A182M Gr. CRS (3) Similar alloy Filler Metals Stick electrode: FOX DMO Kb FOX DMO Ti SMAW stick electrode: DMO-IG Gas welding rod: SAW combination: EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EM2 2 Mo/BB 25 DMO 2-85 . 15NiCuMoNb5S.4 3. rod marking: front: WMoSi back: 1. 22Mo4. 620 °C/1 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon Operating Data ø mm 1.).1 Si 0.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: EN 1668:1997: EN 1668:1997: AWS A5. ÖBB. DNV (I YMS). Very good welding and flow characteristics. L290 MB . Good copper bonding with low total copper content.02). P1. GE240 . P255NH. P255G1TH. ÜZ (42. pressure vessel. high temperature.6 Mn 1. T1. FI (W MoSi). P265GH.014). Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 520 630 27 200 (≥ 480) (570 .GE300. WC1 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0020.

Approvals and Certificates – 2-86 .2 Preheating.0 2.07 Si 0. X56. X60. cryogenic application Description Ni-alloyed GTAW rod for welding of offshore pipe work and similar high integrity applications.28-96: W3Ni1 ER80S-Ni1 BÖHLER I 52 Ni GTAW rod.9 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J +20 °C: -50 °C: u 500 (≥ 470) 600 (≥ 550) 25 (≥ 24) 150 (≥ 47) 90 (*) u untreated.4 3.0 3.7 Mn 1. X65.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 1668:1997: AWS A5. 5 L: X52. API Spec. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.6 2. shielding gas Argon Operating Data ø mm 1. High impact properties down to -50 °C. low alloyed. as-welded.60 Ni 0. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal. rod marking: front: W3Ni1 back: ER80S-Ni 1 shielding gas: 100 % Argon Base Materials High strength steels up to S500N Pipe steels: L290MB – L485MB.

P355NL2 . S255NL .0 front: W2Ni2 2.6 Mn 1.4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 510 600 26 280 80 (≥ 470) (550 .S380NL1 ASTM A633 Gr. A203 Gr.1 Ni 2.720) (≥ 322) (≥ 200) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: . Base Materials cryogenic constructional steels and Ni-steels. 3.5 Ni-IG GTAW rod. 14Ni6. D. UDT. A 350 Gr. BV (SA 3 YM. S355NH . TÜV-A (254). LF3 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (01081. Statoil. cryogenic application Description Ni-alloyed copper coated GTAW rod. low-alloyed.).60 °C: .28-96: ER80S-Ni2 BÖHLER 2. cryogenic steels for ship building 12Ni14.S460NL.P460NL2. For thin sheets and root pass welding. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. 65.5 Ni-IG Ni 2-UP/BB 24 2-87 .1 Si 0.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 1668:1997: W2Ni2 (for rods) EN 1668:1997: W 46 8 W2Ni2 AWS A5. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal. GL (6Y46). for welding of cryogenic steels.80 °C: (*) u untreated. S255NL1 .S460N. A333 and A334 Gr.S460NH. P355NL1 . 10Ni14. UP).5 Ni 2. E.0 Preheating. A572 Gr.P460NL1.4 back: ER80S-Ni 2 3. 13MnNi6-3. S255N . as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon ø mm rod marking: 2. Useable down to -80 °C. SEPROZ Similar alloy Filler Metals Stick electrode: SMAW stick electrode: SAW combination: FOX 2.

640) 540 (470 . 600 °C/2 h – shielding gas Ar + 15 . for welding of weathering resistant constructional steels.28-96: ER80S-G BÖHLER NiCu 1-IG GMAW solid wires. the freedom of porosity and the bead appearance depend on the type of shielding gas used and on the other welding parameters.40 °C: (≥ 347) (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. S235J2G3 Cu.1 Si 0. special grade constructional steels S235JRW. weather resistant Description NiCu-alloyed copper coated GMAW wire.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 440:1995: G 42 4 M G0 G 42 4 C G0 AWS A5.08).25 % CO2 or 100 % CO2 s stress relieved. low-alloyed. Corten A. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 . ÜZ (42. Patinax 37.5 Mn 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.25 % CO2 or 100 % CO2 u 500 580 26 130 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 15 . A283 Gr.1 Ni 0. S355J2G3 Cu.570) (≥ 324) 27 (≥ 324) + 20 °C: (≥ 380) 130 (≥ 380) . Alcodur 50. UDT Similar-alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX NiCuCr 2-88 . The mechanical properties of the weld deposit. C Approvals and Certificates DB (42. ÖBB.2 Base Materials weather-resistant constructional steels.014.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm 1. standard constructional steels and special constructional steels.9 Cu 0. NiCu 1-IG wire features good weldability in the short arc mode at low voltage and in the spray arc process with high voltage. The copper content in the welding wire leads to increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion in the weld deposit. B.4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J s (≥ 420) 460 (≥ 390) (500 .014/4). Koralpin 52 ASTM A36.0 1.

90 Ti + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 500 590 24 150 80 (≥ 420) (≥ 550) (≥ 20) (≥ 47) u1 470 560 25 110 45 (≥ 420) (≥ 500) (≥ 20) (≥ 47) + 20 °C: .High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 440:1995: EN 440:1995: AWS A5. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. as-welded shielding gas: Ar +15-25 % CO2 u1 untreated.28-96: G3Ni1 G 42 5 M G3Ni1 ER80S-G BÖHLER K NOVA Ni GMAW solid wire. as-welded shielding gas: 100 % CO2 Operating Data Shielding gases Argon +15-25 % CO2 Argon +0-5 % CO2 +3-10 % O2 100 % CO2 ø mm wire 0.70 Mn 1.7TM Approvals and Certificates DNV 2-89 .50 Ni 0. The deposit is extremely crack resistant and the weld metal offers high impact values down to -50 °C. An optimum balanced alloying concept ensures good weld metal properties to fulfil the high requirements in the on-offshore pipeline industry.9 1.0 1.50 °C: (*) u untreated.06 Si 0. designed for high quality automatic welding of pipelines.2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. Base Materials API5L: EN 10208-2: DIN 17172: X 42 – X 70 (X 80) L290MB – L485MB StE290TM up to StE480. for automatic welding Description GMAW wire micro alloyed.

S550NC. A225 Gr. A633 Gr.014. best feedability and low copper contents are other advantages of this wire.25 % CO2 u2 untreated. The wire is suited for joint welding in boiler. BHV 70.770) (≥ 320) (≥ 100) (≥ 347) Operating Data ø mm (0. 20MnMoNi5-5 ASTM A517 Gr.5 % CO2 + 3 . as-welded – shielding gas 100 % CO2 u 620 700 23 140 110 u2 590 680 22 120 (≥ 550) (620 . pressure vessel. Due to the precise addition of micro alloying elements NiMo1-IG wire features excellent ductility and crack resistance in spite of its high strength.9) 1.S500N.25 % CO2 Argon + 0 . ÜZ (42. low-alloyed. 65 API-spec 5L: X70. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 . HSM 600.800) (≥ 320) + 20 °C: (≥ 120) . J. N-A-XTRA 56-70. SEPROZ 2-90 . B.10 % O2 100 % CO2 Base Materials pipe steels and fine grained steels. PAS 600. A.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12534:1999: Mn3Ni1Mo (for wire) EN 12534:1999: G 55 6 M Mn3Ni1Mo G 55 4 C Mn3Ni1Mo AWS A5. P. shielding gases: Argon + 15 .28-96: ER90S-G BÖHLER NiMo 1-IG GMAW solid wires. GL (4Y56S). C.9 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 550) (650 .6 Mn 1. K. C. ÖBB. low hydrogen contents in the deposit. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. Good cryogenic impact energy down to -60 °C.06). E. The typical composition of the wire fulfils the requirements of the NORSOK-regulation for „water injection systems“. UDT.60 °C: (≥ 347) (*) u untreated.0 1.3 Ni 0.014/4).40 °C: (≥ 390) . high strength Description Copper coated GMAW wire for high strength. S380NL . quenched and tempered fine-grained constructional steels.2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. and crane construction as well as in structural steel engineering.8 Mo 0. E. quenched and tempered fine-grained steels S380N . H. F. S500NC . M.08 Si 0.S500NL. pipeline. X80 Approvals and Certificates DB (42. A572 Gr.

ÜZ (42.980) (≥ 316) (≥ 360) u2 780 890 17 70 (≥ 720) (800 .07).5CrMo AWS A5. UDT.5-IG GMAW solid wires.40 °C: .28-96: ER110S-G BÖHLER NiCrMo 2.4 Cr 0. SEPROZ Similar-alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EV 85 SAW combination: 3NiCrMo 2.25 % CO2 u2 untreated. e.5CrMo G 69 4 C Mn3Ni2. ÖBB. DNV (5 Y69). as-welded – shielding gas 100 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 15 . USS-T 1 Approvals and Certificates DB (42.014. ABS (XYQ690X-5). Base Materials quenched and tempered fine-grained steels with high requirements for low-temperature toughness N-A-XTRA 65-70.2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.0 1.5-UP / BB 24 2-91 .5CrMo (for wire) EN 12534:1999: G 69 6 M Mn3Ni2. high strength Description GMAW wire for joint welding of high-strength fine-grained constructional steels with stringent requirement on low-temperature toughness down to -60 °C depending on the shielding gas.60 °C: (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. LR (X). GL (4Y69S). in marine engineering for the manufacture of LPG tankers.5 Mo 0.3 Ni 2.4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 810 910 18 120 (≥ 750) (830 .g.6 Mn 1.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12534:1999: Mn3Ni2. low-alloyed.950) (≥ 316) (≥ 350) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: .08 Si 0. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 .014/4).25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. BV (UP).

Good cryogenic impact energy down to -50 °C.014/4).2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.6 Cr 0.0 1. RMR (4Y69). heat treated. LR (X).28-96: ER110S-G BÖHLER X 70-IG GMAW solid wires.50 °C: (≥ 347) (*) u untreated.25 V 0. BV (UP).1 Si 0. DNV (IV Y69). N-A-XTRA 70. Due to the precise addition of micro-alloying elements X 70-IG wire features excellent ductility and crack resistance in spite of its high strength.3 Mo 0. Base Materials high-strength fine-grained steels S690Q. TÜV-A (541). F Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5547.25 Ni 1. HY 100. L690M. fine-grained constructional steels with a minimum yield strength of 690 N/mm2.19). low-alloyed. BH 70 V.25 % CO2 ø mm 1.1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 690) (≥ 790) (≥ 316) + 20 °C: (≥ 170) . SEPROZ Similar-alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EV 85 SAW combination: 3NiCrMo 2. Pass 700. HSM 700 ASTM A514 Gr.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12534:1999: Mn3Ni1CrMo (for wire) EN 12534:1999: G 69 5 M Mn3Ni1CrMo AWS A5.). ÜZ (42. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 .6 Mn 1.014. GL (5Y69S). high strength Description GMAW wire for the welding of high-strength. UDT. ABS (X). USS-T1.5-UP / BB 24 2-92 . DB (42. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. ÖBB.25 % CO2 u 800 900 19 190 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + 15 .

Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. ÜZ (42. TÜV-A (616). OX 1002 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5611. fine-grained constructional steels with a minimum yield strength of 890 N/mm2.25 % CO2 u 915 960 20 130 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + 15 .8 Mn 1.014.23).35 Ni 2. Good cryogenic impact energy down to -60 °C. SEPROZ 2-93 .8 Cr 0.25 % CO2 ø mm 1.6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 890) (≥ 940) (≥ 316) + 20 °C: (≥ 100) . heat treated. high strength Description GMAW wire for the welding of higher-strength.).60 °C: (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. UDT. XABO 90.0 1.25 Mo 0. Due to the precise addition of micro-alloying elements X 90-IG wire features excellent ductility and crack resistance in spite of its high strength. Base Materials high-strength fine-grained steels S890Q. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 . ÖBB.014/4).28-96: ER120S-G BÖHLER X 90-IG GMAW solid wires.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12534:1999: Mn4Ni2CrMo (for wire) EN 12534:1999: G 89 6 M Mn4Ni2CrMo AWS A5. GL (6Y89S). low-alloyed.1 Si 0. DB (42.

UDT.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm 1. S255NL1 . P355NL1 . D. 14Ni6.1 Si 0. SEPROZ Similar alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: SAW combination: FOX 2.5 % Ni-alloyed GMAW wire for high quality welds in the construction of storage tanks and piping systems for cryogenic applications. ÜZ (42. S255NL .2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. 3.P460NL1. A333 and A334 Gr.670) (≥ 320) (≥ 380) (≥ 347) + 20 °C: .4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 510 600 22 170 (≥ 470) (550 . DB (42. LR (5Y40S H15).28-96: ER80S-Ni2 BÖHLER 2.014. cryogenic steels for ship building 12Ni14. DNV (5 YMS).S460NL. S355NH . 65.5 Ni-IG Ni 2-UP/BB 24 2-94 . low-alloyed. Base Materials cryogenic constructional steels and Ni-steels. A203 Gr.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 440:1994: EN 440:1994: G2Ni2 (for wire) G 46 8 M G2Ni2 G 46 6 C G2Ni2 AWS A5.1 Ni 2.S460NH. GL (6Y38S).16). S255N . Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.60 °C: .S460N.80 °C: (≥ 347) (*) u untreated.5 Ni 2. ÖBB. as-welded – shielding gas 100 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 15 . P355NL2 . The weld deposit is noted for its particularly good low temperature an non-ageing properties down to -80 °C. TÜV-A (732). E. A 350 Gr. 13MnNi6-3.).S380NL1 ASTM A633 Gr. A572 Gr. cryogenic application Description 2. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 .5 Ni-IG GMAW solid wires.25 % CO2 u2 untreated.014/4).0 1. LF3 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (01080. ABS (XYQ550X-5). BV (SA 3 YM. 10Ni14.680) (≥ 320) (≥ 120) u2 500 590 22 120 (≥ 460) (520 .P460NL2. UP).6 Mn 1.

2 Argon + 15 . P355 NL1 P460NL1. E335.25 % CO2 s stress relieved 620 °C/2 h/furnace down to +300 °C − shielding gas Ar + 15 .25 % CO2 1. L245MB . this flux-cored wire is particularly suited for out-of-position welding of butt and fillet joints in high strength steels with yield strength up to 460 N/mm2. with good tie-in. A618 Gr. rutile type Description Rutile based flux-cored wire which provides easy all-position weldability and dependable mechanical properties down to -60 °C.06 Si 0.85 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u s > 500 > 500 > 560 > 560 > 019 > 24 + 20 °C: > 120 >120 . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 60. low alloyed. Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. S355J2G3.S460N. LR (DXVuBF. A633 Gr. L210 .L450NB. 4Y40SH10) 2-95 .25 % CO2 Operating Data re-drying: – ø mm shielding gas: 1.29-98: T 50 6 1 Ni P M 1 H5 E81T1-Ni1MH8 BÖHLER Ti 60-FD GMAW flux cored wire. pipe. 55. A612. allowing welding currents up to 250 A in positional welding. 65. Approvals and Certificates CL (0044). C35-C45. GE260-GE300 ASTM A516 Gr. P355NL2 . Because it operates in spray arc in all welding positions. The flux-cored wire is widely used for offshore constructions.S460NL2. P310GH.and vessel steels. welding is comfortable and spatter free. ship building and structures built with high strenght steels.P460NL2. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 15 . S380N .High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – GMAW Flux Cored Wires EN 758:1997: AWS A5.S460NL.45 Mn 1. The fast freezing slag provides a well supported weld pool. Thanks to the fast freezing slag system of BÖHLER Ti 60-FD and to good weld pool control. Base Materials constructional steels. E. cryogenic fine-grained steels and special grades E295. S380NL1 . 65.60 °C: ≥ 047 ≥ 47 (*) u untreated. A537 Gr. P355NH-P460NH. 1-3. S380NL .2 Ni 0. Weld appearance is good. A572 Gr.6 Welding with standard welding facilities. I.L450MB.

F.3 0. The combination is ideally suited for multi-pass welding of thick plates.45 Mn 1.55 Ni 1.08 Si 0.40 °C.). P. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. C.720) (≥ 420) (≥ 160) (≥ 140) (≥ 880) (≥ 447) + 20 ±0 .6 0. smooth beads. A633 Gr. The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces very good low temperature impact properties down to . H. good wetting and low hydrogen contents (≤ 5 ml/100 g) are further important features. BHV 70.23M-97: F62A4-EF3(mod.) 2-96 . N-A-XTRA 56-65. M. PAS 600.10 h 4.S500N. low-alloyed. B. Excellent slag detachability.12 0. S380NL .0 0.)-F3 BÖHLER 3 NiMo 1-UP//BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination.20 . high strength Description Wire /Flux combination for joint welding of high strength and low temperature steels.95 Mo 0. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal Wire % Weld metal % C 0.)-F3 AWS A5. A225 Gr.350 °C. A.40 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. E. HSM 600. The flux reacts metallurgically Mn-neutral.) sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: SA FB 1 65 DC H5 wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: S 50 4 FB SZ3Ni1Mo AWS A5.6 1. 20MnMoNi5-5 ASTM A517 Gr.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: SZ3Ni1Mo AWS A5. J. S500NC . 65 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (07807. Base Materials quenched and tempered fine-grained steels S380N . C. E. as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 . 2 h .0 max.23-97: F9A4-EF3(mod. UDT SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (2603.S550NC.S500NL. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 24 see our detailed data sheet.23-97: EF3 (mod.55 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 580 650 621 180 160 100 660 (≥ 560) (620 . A572 Gr. K.

are further important features. good wetting and low hydrogen contents (≤ 5 ml/100 g).6 0.15 0.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: S Z 3Ni2CrMo AWS A5. smooth beads. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 24 see our detailed data sheet.)-M4 BÖHLER 3 NiCrMo 2.23-97: F11A8-EM4(mod.5-IG 2-97 .50 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 740 850 20 120 90 85 (≥ 690) (780 .50 Ni 2. as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 .23-97: EM4 (mod. Excellent slag detachability.5 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-welt metal % C 0. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A 4. high strength Description Wire /Flux combination for joint welding of high strength steels with a minimum yield strength of 690 N/mm2. The combination is ideally suited for multi-pass welding of thick plates. 470-600 N/mm2 are achievable.3 Mn 1. The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces very good low temperature impact properties down to -60°C.5-UP//BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination. The flux reacts metallurgically Mn-neutral.)-M4 AWS A5.0 max.12 0.23M-97: F76A6-EM4(mod.350 °C / 2 h .5 Cr 0.06 Si 0.2 Mo 0.10 h 3. Approvals and Certificates UDT Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GMAW solid wire: FOX EV 85 X 70-IG NiCrMo 2.890) (≥ 318) (≥ 380) (≥ 360) (≥ 347) + - 20 20 40 60 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated.55 0. Depending on the annealing temperature yield strength of approx.0 Base Materials quenched and tempered fine-grained steels with high requirements for low-temperature impact work N-A-XTRA 65-70. low-alloyed. USS-T 1 etc.3 2.) sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: SA FB 1 65 DC H5 wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: S 69 6 FB SZ3Ni2CrMo AWS A5.

23M-97: F55A6-ENi2-Ni2 BÖHLER Ni 2-UP//BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination.014/1).5 Ni 2. cryogenic steels for ship building 12Ni14. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A Base Materials cryogenic constructional steels and Ni-steels.25 Mn 1. cryogenic application Description The weld deposit of the wire/flux combination (as welded and stress relieved condition) is distinguished by excellent welding characteristic. 13MnNi6-3. The flux reacts metallurgically Mn-neutral. P355NL2 . TÜV-A (391). A333 and A334 Gr.05 Ni 2. SEPROZ Similar alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX 2.1 0. KTA 1408 1 (8058. V10Ni14. are further important features.23-97: ENi2 sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: SA FB 1 65 DC H5 wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: S 46 6 FB S2Ni2 AWS A5.S460NL. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0.).00).S460N.11 0.10 h 3. D. DB (52.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u (≥ 480) (580 . 2 h . 65. ÖBB.10). Under optimum conditions (heat input below 18 kJ/cm or after stress relieving) impact strength transition temperature at -80 °C (ISO-V specimen) can be achieved.High Strength/Cryogenic Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: S2Ni2 AWS A5.680) (≥ 324) (≥ 130) (≥ 120) (≥ 100) (≥ 347) + 20 ±0 .23-97: F8A8-ENi2-Ni2 AWS A5.0 max.P460NL1.60 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. A203 Gr. good wetting and low hydrogen contents (HD ≤ 5 ml/100 g).S380NL1 ASTM A633 Gr. SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (2603. The combination is ideally suited for multi-pass welding of thick plates.S460NH. E. S355NH . A572 Gr.014.350 °C.25 2. LF3 Approvals and Certificates UDT. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 24 see our detailed data sheet. Excellent slag detachability. S255NL1 .5 Ni-IG SMAW stick electrode: 2. S255N .07 Si 0. cryogenic toughness and ageing resistance with low hydrogen content in the deposit.P460NL2. P355NL1 . as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 .20 . smooth beads. low-alloyed. S255NL . A 350 Gr.5 Ni-lG 2-98 .0 1. 3. ÜZ (52. 14Ni6. The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces very good low temperature impact properties down to -60 °C.

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. . V. . . . . . . . . . . .106 GTAW RODS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600 °C it is possible to use quenched and tempered 9 % and 12 % chromium steels with additions of Mo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Filler Metals for High Temperature and Creep-resistant Steels u Objectives This section contains detailed product information for filler metals that may be used to weld high temperature and creep-resistant steels. . . . . . .147 SAW WIRE/FLUX-COMBINATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Therefore steels alloyed with Mo. . . . . . . . . . . W and Nb exhibit adequate creep properties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . u Contents OVERVIEW .125 GMAW SOLID WIRES . . . . . Above 550 °C increased scale resistance is also necessary.Product Information 2. .140 GMAW FLUX CORED WIRES . . . . . . . . . . . . . The high temperature properties of general-purpose constructional steels are no longer adequate at operating temperatures above 350 °C. . . . . . . Above this temperature special austenitic Cr-Ni steels are used. . . . . . . . Creep and flow processes occur in the steel at high temperatures under load as a result of which the load permissible becomes time-related. . . . . . . . . . . . . Up to approx. . . . . . . Nb and W respectively. . . Small additions of Mo. At temperatures above 700 °C only nickel-base alloys with additions of Mo. . . Basically the choice of the filler metals and the welding technology is always in line with the parent metal used and must be matched to its behaviour. . . Cr and V are sufficient up to 550 °C operating temperature. . . . . . . .162 2-101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The basic type contains 16 % chromium and 13 % nickel with additions of Nb. . . . Cr-Mo and Cr-Mo-V are used. . . . . . . .102 SMAW STICK ELECTRODES . . . . . . . . .150 GAS WELDING RODS . . . . . . . . .

28-96: ER80S-G AWS A5.5-96: E9018-G E MoV B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.) AWS A5.5-96: E9015-B9 E Z CrMoWVNb 9 1 1 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.5-96: E9018-G E ZCrMoVNbB 21 B42 H5 AWS A5.28-96: ER90S-G ER90S-B3(mod.28-96: ER80S-B6 AWS A5.4-92: E308H-16 E 19 9 Nb B AWS A5.5-96: E8018-B2H4R E Z CrMoV1 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.5 W CrMoWV12 Si W Z 16 13 Nb W 19 9 H W 19 9 H AWS A5.5-96: E9018-B3H4R E ZCrWV 21.5-96: E9015-B9(mod.5-96: E8013-B2(mod.28-96: ER90S-B9(mod.28-96: ER90S-G AWS A5.) – – AWS A5.) AWS A5.5 2 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.28-96: ER90S-B9 AWS A5.5 B42 H5 AWS A5.4-92: E308-15 E 19 9 H R 4 2 H5 AWS A5.5-96: E8018-B8 E CrMo91 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.5 B42 H5 W Z CrMoV 2 W CrMo5 Si W CrMo9 Si W CrMo91 W Z CrMoWVNb 9 1 1 W Z CrMoWVNb 9 0.5-96: E9015-B9(mod.28-96: ER80S-B8 AWS A5.5-96: E9018-G E CrMo5 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN SMAW stick electrodes FOX DMO Ti FOX DMO Kb FOX DCMS Ti FOX DCMS Kb FOX DCMV FOX DMV 83 Kb FOX CM 2 Kb FOX P 23 FOX P 24 FOX CM 5 Kb FOX CM 9 Kb FOX C 9 MV FOX C 9 MVW FOX P 92 FOX 20 MVW FOX CN 16/13 FOX CN 18/11 FOX E 308 H FOX E 347 H EN 1599: E Mo R 1 2 EN 1599: E Mo B 4 2 H5 EN 1599: E CrMo1 R 1 2 EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1599: EN 1600: EN 1600: EN 1600: EN 1600: AWS – – AWS A5.9-93: ER19-10H AWS A5.5-96: E9018-G E CrMo2 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.28-96: ER70S-A1 ER80S-G AWS A5.28-96: ER80S-G ER80S-B2(mod.9-93: ER308H 2-102 .28-96: ER90S-G AWS A5.5-96: E7018-A1H4R AWS A5.) E CrMoWV12 B 4 2 H5 – E Z 16 13 Nb B 4 2 H5 – E 19 9 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.28-96: ER90S-B9(mod.) E Z CrMoWVNb 9 0.) AWS A5.5-96: E8018-B6H4R E CrMo9 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.4-92: E347-15 GTAW rods DMO-IG DCMS-IG DMV 83-IG CM 2-IG P 23-IG P 24-IG CM 5-IG CM 9-IG C 9 MV-IG C 9 MVW-IG P 92-IG 20 MVW-IG CN 16/13-IG CN 18/11-IG ER 308 H-IG EN 12070: W Mo Si EN 12070: W CrMo1 Si EN 12070: W MoV Si EN 12070: W CrMo2 Si EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN 12070: 12070: 12070: 12070: 12070: 12070: 12070: 12070: 12072: 12072: 12072: E ZCrWV 21.5 1.) E8013-G E CrMo1 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.

5 0.6 0.11 0.08 0.5 0.9 0.3 0.3 2.9 0.4 2.10 0.05 0.0 1.3 1.22 0.12 0.7 0.25 0.6 1.3 0.98 0.6 0.08 0.2 0.25 0.002 0.3 0.0 Nb V T N 1.5 0.5 0.5 0.2 0.7 0.07 0.06 0.45 0.6 1.0 0.0 0.9 1.2 0.7 0.6 13.5 1.3 2.4 1.0 0.5 1.4 10.0 8.3 0.07 0.08 0.05 0.09 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.10 0.0 18.0 19.5 0.3 Mn 0.0 1.6 0.06 0.4 0.1 0.05 0.22 0.6 0.35 0.7 0.0 0.05 0.7 0.1 11.4 0.06 0.05 0.3 0.4 0.35 0.05 0.8 0.0 0.3 1.003 0.07 0.5 0.03 0.06 0.08 0.3 0.3 0.0 9.0 9.6 13.0 0.45 0.05 0.5 0.07 0.2 0.3 Cr Ni Mo 0.55 1.9 1.01 Ti0.6 2.5 B0.6 0.4 1.2 0.05 1.0 0.04 0.8 0.9 1.2 0.22 1.21 0.8 0.1 0.4 0.7 0.5 9.2 2.05 0.6 2.35 0.55 0.2 2-103 .45 2.5 0.8 0.10 0.8 20.6 0.10 0.10 0.85 1.0 9.07 0.8 1.2 0.18 0.5 0.4 0.6 0.4 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.8 9.09 0.0 8.3 16.0 0.5 0.06 0.4 0.7 1.4 0.16 0.1 1.5 0.4 19.7 1.11 0.35 0.05 1.3 9.5 0.002 B0.05 0.15 0.7 0.0 0.4 0.05 0.2 ≥8xC GTAW rods DMO-IG DCMS-IG DMV 83-IG CM 2-IG P 23-IG P 24-IG CM 5-IG CM 9-IG C 9 MV-IG C 9 MVW-IG P 92-IG 20 MVW-IG CN 16/13-IG CN 18/11-IG ER 308 H-IG 0.045 <0.08 0.0 9.0 0.6 3.06 0.0 16.5 0.3 10.4 5.6 11.3 0.1 1.2 0.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler C Si SMAW stick electrodes FOX DMO Ti FOX DMO Kb FOX DCMS Ti FOX DCMS Kb FOX DCMV FOX DMV 83 Kb FOX CM 2 Kb FOX P 23 FOX P 24 FOX CM 5 Kb FOX CM 9 Kb FOX C 9 MV FOX C 9 MVW FOX P 92 FOX 20 MVW FOX CN 16/13 FOX CN 18/11 FOX E 308 H FOX E 347 H 0.07 0.4 0.04 0.5 1.05 + 0.5 5.75 0.7 0.0 19.5 9.4 0.9 0.5 0.05 0.9 1.5 1.0 10.22 1.22 0.4 0.2 1.

23-97: EB6 EN 12070/760: S CrMo5 / SA FB 1 AWS A5.5 1.23-97: F8P4-EB2-B2 F55P4-EB2-B2 EN 12070: S CrMo2 AWS A5.28-96: ER80S-G AWS A5.) AWS A5.22-95: E308HT1-4 E308HT1-1 GMAW flux-cored wires SAW wire/flux-combinations EMS 2 Mo EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 EMS 2 CrMo EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 CM 2-UP CM 2-UP/BB 24 P 23-UP P 23-UP/BB 430 P 24-UP P 24-UP/BB 430 CM 5-UP CM 5-UP/BB 24 C 9 MV-UP C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 P 92-UP P 92-UP/BB 910 20 MVW-UP 20 MVW-UP/BB 24 CN 18/11-UP CN 18/11-UP/BB 202 AWS A5.28-96: ER80S-B6 AWS A5.28-96: ER90S-B9 AWS A5.5 1.28-96: ER70S-A1 ER80S-G AWS A5.23-97: F9P2-EB3-B3 F55P3-EB3-B3 EN 12070: S ZCrWV2 AWS A5.5 / SA FB 2 EN 12070: S CrMoWV12 – EN 12070/760: SCrMoWV12/SA FB 2 – EN 12072: S 19 9 H AWS A5.) EN 12070/760: – S Z CrMoWVNb 9 0.28-96: ER80S-G ER80S-B2(mod.) AWS A5.23-97: F8P4-EB2-B2 F55P4-EB2-B2 EN 12070/760: S CrMo1 / SA FB 1 AWS A5.9-93: ER19-10H EN 12072/760: S 19 9 H / SA FB 2 – EN 12536: EN 12536: O IV OV AWS A5.2-92: AWS A5.23-97: EG EN 12070:760: SA FB 1 55 AC AWS A5.23-97: F9PZ-EB9-B9 F62PZ-EB9-B9 EN 12070: S Z CrMoWVNb 9 0.28-96: ER90S-G ER90S-B3(mod.23-97: EB9 EN 12070/760: S CrMo91 / SA FB 2 AWS A5.23-97: EB9(mod.23-97: EG EN 12070:760: SA FB 1 55 AC AWS A5.23-97: – EN 12070: S ZCrMV2 AWS A5.28-96: EC90S-B9 AWS A5.9-93: ER19-10H AWS A5.23-97: F8A4-EA2-A2 F55A4-EA2-A2 EN 756: S 46 3 FB S2Mo AWS A5.23-97: F9PZ-EB6-B6 F62PZ-EB6-B6 EN 12070: S CrMo91 AWS A5.5 AWS A5.23-97: – EN 12070: S CrMo5 AWS A5.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN GMAW solid wires DMO-IG DCMS-IG DMV 83-IG CM 2-IG CM 5-IG C 9 MV-IG CN 18/11-IG C 9 MV-MC E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD EN 12070: EN 12070: EN 12070: EN 12070: EN 12070: EN 12070: EN 12072: EN 12070: EN 12073: EN 12073: G MoSi G CrMo1Si G MoV Si G CrMo2 Si G CrMo5 Si G CrMo 91 G 19 9 H T CRMO91 T Z 19 9 H R M 3 T Z 19 9 H R C 3 T Z 19 9 H P M 1 T Z 19 9 H P C 1 S 2 Mo S 46 4 FB S2Mo (continued) AWS AWS A5.23-97: EB3 EN 12070/760: S CrMo2 / SA FB 1 AWS A5.22-95: E308HT0-4 E308HT0-1 AWS A5.2-92: R60-G R65-G EN 756: EN 756: Gas welding rods DMO DCMS 2-104 .23-97: EA2 AWS A5.23-97: EB2 EN 12070/760: S CrMo1 / SA FB 1 AWS A5.23-97: F8A4-EA2-A2 F55A4-EA2-A2 EN 12070: S CrMo1 AWS A5.

25 0.6 0.04 0.05 0.60 0.20 1.30 9.15 0.10 0.45 1.60 0.20 0.30 0.2 0.2 GMAW flux-cored wires 1.85 1.8 0.0 0.4 0.5 0.60 0.10 0.07 0.0 19.09 0.80 0.055 0.3 2.05 0.0 0.5 9.6 1.0 0.95 0.12 0.90 0.08 0.55 0.06 (continued) Si 0.5 0.50 0.50 0.35 0.0 9.2 5.15 0.0 0.40 0.4 0.8 5.80 1.10 0.22 0.0 1.10 0.9 1.10 1.7 1.75 0.12 0.45 0.005 0.1 1.40 9.50 0.45 0.1 10.25 0.50 1.1 0.8 9.1 1.08 0.40 0.05 0.04 0.3 0.70 0.50 0.55 0.35 0.05 0.1 0.12 0.40 0.40 0.25 0.85 0.22 0.60 1.11 0.6 0.24 1.25 0.60 0.27 0.08 0.5 2.25 0.30 0.3 18.7 9.1 Cr Ni Mo 0.1 0.0 0.4 19.55 0.2 0.08 0.50 0.05 0.7 10.15 1.07 0.00 1.11 0.08 0.50 0.055 0.25 0.2 1.6 0.20 0.30 0.20 0.12 0.002 B0.50 1.6 <0.22 0.45 2.70 0.07 0.5 0.12 0.10 0.12 0.04 0.5 0.5 Mn 1.01 Ti0.6 0.06 0.3 0.04 SAW wire/flux-combinations EMS 2 Mo EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 EMS 2 CrMo EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 CM 2-UP CM 2-UP/BB 24 P 23-UP P 23-UP/BB 430 P 24-UP P 24-UP/BB 430 CM 5-UP CM 5-UP/BB 24 C 9 MV-UP C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 P 92-UP P 92-UP/BB 910 20 MVW-UP 20 MVW-UP/BB 24 CN 18/11-UP CN 18/11-UP/BB 202 DMO DCMS 0.90 1.22 0.30 0.9 0.50 0.80 0.0 0.50 0.5 2-105 .11 0.25 1.6 11.20 0.6 5.002 Gas welding rods 1.00 0.60 0.8 9.27 0.05 2.70 0.7 0.4 0.15 0.50 0.75 0.05 0.4 0.8 18.5 Nb V T N 1.9 0.40 0.005 0.6 2.01 0.20 1.0 8.40 0.2 2.35 0.5 1.3 10.0 2.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler C GMAW solid wires DMO-IG DCMS-IG DMV 83-IG CM 2-IG CM 5-IG C 9 MV-IG CN 18/11-IG C 9 MV-MC E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD 0.6 0.06 0.6 8.0 0.45 0.07 0.0 18.05 0.60 0.40 0.5 0.90 0.40 0.15 1.06 0.16 0.9 1.

0 450 140 . C. L320MB . S255N. TÜV-A (84). L320 . RMR (-). P255NH .110 3. P255 .140 4. easy slag removal.0 250 60 . B. VUZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DMO Kb GTAW rod: DMO-IG GMAW solid wire: DMO-lG SAW combination: Gas welding rod: EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 DMO 2-106 .). Approved in longterm condition up to +550 °C service temperature. P 1. and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal. P255G1TH. It offers excellent striking and restriking characteristics.014. CL (0746). re-drying if necessary: – electrode identification: FOX DMO Ti E Mo R Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels 16Mo3.L415NB. A161-94 Gr. ÜZ (10. E295. ÖBB.3 Mn 0. UDT. BV (2YM). Statoil. Specifically preferred for thin walled welds up to 30 mm and root pass welding.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u yield strength Re N/mm2: 500 (≥ tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 570 (≥ elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 23 (≥ impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 90 (≥ (*) u untreated. A250M Gr. AC/DC weldablility and produces first class X-ray quality welds in all positions (except vertical down). S355J2G3. high temperature Description Rutile-coated electrode for 0.180 Preheating. interpass temperature.5 250/350 80 .5 % Mo-alloyed boiler. low-alloyed. DB (10. A204M Gr.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E Mo R 1 2 BÖHLER FOX DMO Ti SMAW stick electrode. P295GH.014/3).P355N.06 Si 0. T1. plates.6 Mo 0. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.04). P310GH. T1 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0018. F1.L415MB. A. DNV (X). as-welded a annealed.2 350 110 .180 2. A182M Gr. and tube steels.P355NH ASTM A335 Gr. 620 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air 460) 550) 322) 347) a 470 550 23 100 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 440) 540) 322) 347) Operating Data ø mm L mm amps A 2. smooth beads.

A217 Gr.S500NH. interpass temperature.L415MB.4 Mn 0. L320MB . A182M Gr. For high quality welds of long term stressed components with reliable mechanical properties under high and low temperature conditions. GE240 . Very low hydrogen content (acc. Statoil.350 °C. 22Mo4. steels resistant to caustic cracking and ageing resistant steels 16Mo3. S255NH . tough and ageing resistant. T1.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 550 600 25 200 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 480) 560) 322) 120) 332) a 530 580 26 180 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 470) 560) 322) 120) + 20 °C: . E335. GP240GH ASTM A335 Gr.5 250/350 80 . ÜZ (10.S355J2G3. E295. Crack resistant. high temperature Description Basic coated low-hydrogen electrode for 0. CRS (3YH10) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DMO Kb GTAW rod: DMO-IG GMAW solid wire: DMO-lG SAW combination: Gas welding rod: EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 DMO 2-107 . A204M Gr. S255N . P1. S255NL . low-alloyed.08 Si 0.14). 115 %. and tube steels.5-96: E7018-A1H4R BÖHLER FOX DMO Kb SMAW stick electrode.GE300. GL (15 Mo 3). F1.014. 17MnMoV6-4. T1 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0019.014/3). min. P310GH. LTSS.3Mo).8 Mo 0. as-welded a annealed.). L320 . B.5 % Mo-alloyed boiler. 2 h electrode identification: FOX DMO Kb 7018-A1 E Mo B Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels. P295GH. Approved in long-term condition up to +550 °C service temperature. Metal recovery approx.00). 15NiCuMoNb5.230 Preheat. SEPROZ.0 450 190 . A250M Gr. A161-94 Gr. CL (0348). ABS (E 7018-A1). KTA 1408 1 (8053. and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal. C. AWS condition HD < 4 ml/100 g).110 3. VUZ. TÜV-A (71). Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. DB (10. DNV (NV 0. A.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E Mo B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.0 350/450 130 . S255N. re-drying if necessary: 300 . UDT.L415NB.180 5.S500NL. WC1. FI (E Mo B 42 H5). ÖBB. 620 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data ø mm L mm amps A 2. 20MnMoNi4-5. RMR (-). P255G1TH.S500N. plates.2 350 100 .50 °C: (*) u untreated.140 4.

1. Approved in long-term condition up to +570 °C service temperature. TÜV-A (90). 1.110 electrode identification: 3. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels.) BÖHLER FOX DCMS Ti SMAW stick electrode.5-96: E8013-G E8013-B2(mod. steels resistant to caustic cracking.7335 13CrMo4-5.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E CrMo1 R 1 2 AWS A5. 1. B7.05). UDT. WC6 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0764.7258 24CrMo5.0 350 140 . case hardening and nitriding steels of similar chemical composition.180 Preheat and interpass temperatures of 200-250 °C are required for 13CrMo4-5 steels.7354 G22CrMo5-4. GL (13 CrMo 44). plate. A217 Gr. ÖBB. P12. First class X-ray quality.06 Si 0.4 Mn 0. ÜZ (10.5 250 80 . 1. DNV (X). 680 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air 490) 590) 320) 347) Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A – 2. and tube steels. DB (10.1 Mo 0.2 350 110 . similar alloyed heat treatable steels with tensile strength up to 780 N/mm2. low-alloyed. 1.7218 25CrMo4. CL (0413).5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: 510 (≥ tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 610 (≥ elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 21 (≥ impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 100 (≥ (*) a annealed. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DCMS Kb GTAW rod: DCMS-lG GMAW solid wire: DCMS-lG SAW combination: Gas welding rod: EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 DCMS 2-108 .7225 42CrMo4.).6 Cr 1.7205 15CrMo5. 1. 1. Easy to operate. Fully alloyed core wire.014. high temperature Description Rutile coated low hydrogen electrode for 1 % Cr 0.8/1.014/3).140 FOX DCMS Ti 8013-G E CrMo1 R 4. 1.7357 G17CrMo5-5 ASTM A193 Gr.2 Mo). Post weld tempering at 660-700 °C for at least 1/2 h followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air.5 % Mo alloyed boiler. Specifically preferred for thin walled welds and root pass welding in all positions (except vertical down). A335 Gr.7728 16CrMoV4. P11 a. ABS (Cr 0.

similar alloyed heat treatable steels with tensile strength up to 780 N/mm2.5-96: E8018-B2H4R BÖHLER FOX DCMS Kb SMAW stick electrode.7335 13CrMo4-5. VUZ.005 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a v yield strength Re N/mm2: 530 (≥ 490) 380 (≥ 330) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 630 (≥ 590) 520 (≥ 490) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 23 (≥ 322) 28 (≥ 324) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 160 (≥ 100) 190 (≥ 100) (*) a annealed 680 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air v quenched/tempered 930 °C/0.0 350/450 130 .7357 G17CrMo5-5 ASTM A193 Gr. B7.7258 24CrMo5. case hardening and nitriding steels of similar chemical composition. low-alloyed. P12.005 ≤ 0. 1. WC6 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0728.014.014/3). The weld metal deposit is heat treatable. AWS condition HD < 4 ml/100 g). Very low hydrogen content (acc. 1. CL (0066). Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels. TÜV-A (14). ÖBB.07 Si 0.7218 25CrMo4. 1. 2 h 2.7225 42CrMo4. P11 a. FI (E CrMo1 B 42 H5).5 P As Sb Sn ≤ 0.5 h/air + 680 °C/10 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A 300 . plate. A335 Gr.1 Mo 0. UDT. steels resistant to caustic cracking. ABS (E 8018-B2).110 electrode identification: 3.005 ≤ 0.180 5. Metal recovery approx.2 350 100 .7728 16CrMoV4.7205 15CrMo5. and tube steels. min.140 FOX DCMS Kb 8018-B2 E CrMo 1 B 4. LTSS. ÜZ (10. Post weld tempering at 660-700 °C for at least 1/2 h followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air. 1.8 Cr 1. 1. 115%.010 < 0. Approved in long-term condition up to +570 °C service temperature. High ductility and crack resistance. DB (10. 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal C wt-% 0.5 250/350 80 . DNV (NV 1Cr 0.5 % Mo alloyed boiler. Bruscato ≤15ppm.350 °C. Fully alloyed core wire which will provide reliable creep rupture properties for the whole service life of a boiler plant. high temperature Description Basic coated low hydrogen electrode for 1 % Cr 0.0 450 180 . SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DCMS Ti GTAW rod: DCMS-lG GMAW solid wire: DCMS-lG SAW combination: Gas welding rod: EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 DCMS 2-109 . 1.5Mo).4 Mn 0.).220 Preheat and interpass temperature for 13CrMo4-5 steels 200-250 °C.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E CrMo1 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5. GL (13 CrMo 44). 1.32). A217 Gr.7354 G22CrMo5-4.

0 450 180 . SEPROZ 2-110 .22 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u a v yield strength Re N/mm2: 720 680 (≥ 530) 500 tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 1000 770 (≥ 620) 630 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 12 19 (≥ 317) 20 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 22 90 (≥ 347) 155 (*) u untreated. Cr. High creep rupture strength thanks to the C.7706 G17CrMoV5-10 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (6077.35 Mn 0. Metalrecovery approx.0 V 0. low hydrogen content. 2 h 4. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.180 electrode identification: 5.0 450 130 . good welding characteristics. high temperature Description Basic coated electrode for highly stressed joint and production welds on GS-17 CrMoV 5-10 type high temperature cast steel used in the construction of steam turbines and valve casings. as-welded a annealed 680 °C/8 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air v quenched/tempered 940 °C/0.35 Mo 1.5-96: E9018-G BÖHLER FOX DCMV SMAW stick electrode. Mo and V-content. Approved in long-term condition up to +600 °C service temperature. UDT. LTSS.5 h/oil + 720 °C/12 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A 300 .230 FOX DCMV 9018-G E Z CrMoV1 B Preheat and interpass temperatures 300-350 °C. but not less than 680 °C.9 Cr 1. low-alloyed. min.12 Si 0.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E Z CrMoV1 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.). The deposit is heat treatable. High fracture toughness.350 °C. Base Materials similar alloyed high temperature steels and cast steels 1. stress relieving > 20 °C below the tempering temperature of the cast steel. 115 %.

1 Cr 0. ASTM A389 Gr. high temperature Description Basic coated core wire alloyed stick electrode with special suitability for 14MoV6-3 (1/2 Cr 1 Mo) steels. 1. A405 Gr. UNS I21610 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1094.350 °C. Approved in long. Post weld heat treatment at 700-720 °C for at least 2 hours followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air.140 FOX DMV 83 Kb 9018-G E MoV B 4. Base Materials similar alloyed high temperature steels and cast steels 1.5 h/oil + 730 °C/0.5 250 70 . low hydrogen content.5-96: E9018-G BÖHLER FOX DMV 83 Kb SMAW stick electrode. 2 h 2. C23 a.4 Mo 0.100 electrode identification: 3.0 350 140 . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.7733 24CrMoV5-5. 1.7709 21CrMoV5-7.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E MoV B 4 2 H5 AWS A5. Crack resistant and ductile deposit.180 Preheating and interpass temperatures 200-300 °C. C24.). TÜV-A (119).5 h/furnace down to 300 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 380) 540) 324) 110) °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A 300 .term condition up to +580 °C service temperature. Metal recovery approx. low-alloyed. P24.9 V 0.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a v 510 (≥ 470) 410 yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 660 (≥ 610) 580 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 22 (≥ 320) 26 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 200 (≥ 110) 150 (*) a annealed 720 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air v quenched/tempered 940 °C/0.7706 G17CrMoV5-10. 1. min.8070 21CrMoV5-11.2 350 110 . 115 %. Good weldability in all positions except vertical down. UDT. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: DMV 83-lG DMV 83-IG 2-111 . 1.4 Mn 1.05 Si 0.7715 14MoV6-3.

230 Preheating and interpass temperatures 200-350 °C.5 h/oil + 730 °C/0. VUZ.005 ≤ 0. low hydrogen content (acc.3 Mn 0.014/3). TÜV-A (13). UDT. 115 %.3 Mo 1. DNV (NV 2.07 Si 0.25Cr 1Mo). high temperature Description Basic coated electrode for 21/4 % Cr 1% Mo alloyed boiler. re-drying if necessary: 300 . A217 Gr. CL (0908). ÖBB.5 250 80 . Deposit is nitridable and heat treatable.). 2 h electrode identification: FOX CM 2 Kb 9018-B3 E CrMo2 B Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels.350 °C. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CM 2 Ti GTAW rod: CM 2-lG GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: CM 2-lG CM 2-UP/BB 24 2-112 . 1. Core wire alloyed electrode which will provide reliable creep rupture properties for the whole service life of a boiler plant.180 5. DB (10.30).7380 10CrMo9-10.5 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data ø mm L mm amps A 2.term condition up to +600 °C service temperature. plate and tube steels. ÜZ (10. P22. AWS condition HD < 4 ml/100 g).005 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a v a2 yield strength Re N/mm2: 510 (≥ 440) 480 (≥ 400) (≥ 530) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 640 (≥ 570) 620 (≥ 570) (≥ 620) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 22 (≥ 320) 21 (≥ 318) (≥ 317) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 180 (≥ 100) 180 (≥ 100) (*) a annealed 720 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air a2 annealed.014. high creep rupture strength.0 450 180 .0 P As Sb Sn ≤ 0. Metal recovery approx.2 350 100 .8 Cr 2. WC 9 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0722.5-96: E9018-B3H4R BÖHLER FOX CM 2 Kb SMAW stick electrode.010 < 0.0 350/450 130 . QT-steels similar alloyed up to 980 N/mm2 tensile strength. FI (E CrMo2 B 42 H5). min.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E CrMo2 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.8075 10CrSiMoV7.7379 G17CrMo9-10 ASTM A335 Gr.005 ≤ 0.110 3.140 4. Approved in long. 930 °C/0. ABS (E 9018-B3). GL (10 CrMo 9 10). similar alloyed case hardening steels. Good weldability in all positions except vertical down. 700 °C/1 h/furnace down to 200 °C/air v quenched/tempered. Post weld annealing at 700-750 °C at least 1 hour followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal C wt-% 0. 1. nitriding steels 1. Crack resistant and ductile deposit. low-alloyed. Brucato ≤ 15 ppm.

pipe material. high temperature Description Basic coated core wire alloyed stick electrode for welding bainitic steels such as P23/T23 (ASTM A 213.22 Nb 0.5: 1996: E ZCrWV 2 1.04 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J a 520 620 19 130 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 510) 17) 47) (*) a annealed 740°C/2 h Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300-350°C. Base Materials HCM2S.5 B ø mm 2. For high quality welds.06 Si 0.2 4. min.0 L mm 250 350 350 amps A 80-110 100-140 130-180 Preheat and interpass temperature depends on wall thickness. code case 2199).5 B42 H5 E9018-G BÖHLER FOX P 23 SMAW stick electrode low-alloyed. 2 h electrode identification: FOX P 23 9018-G E ZCrWV 2 1. P/T23 ASTM A 213 code case 2199 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (applied) Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: SAW combination: P 23-IG P 23-UP/BB 430 2-113 .5 Cr 2.5 V 0.5 3. which will provide reliable creep rupture properties for the whole service life of a boiler plant.3 W 1.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: AWS A5.2 Mn 0. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.

) Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: SAW combination: P 24-IG P 24-UP/BB 430 2-114 . 2 h 2.0 Preheat and interpass temperature depends on wall thickness. which will provide reliable creep rupture properties for the whole service life of a boiler plant.5 electrode identification: 3. L mm 250 350 350 amps A 80-110 100-140 130-180 Base Materials 7CrMoVTiB10-10.03 B 0. high temperature Description Basic coated core wire alloyed stick electrode for welding bainitic steels like 7CrMoVTiB10-10. min.4 Mo 1.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: AWS A5. For high quality welds.003 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J a 560 660 18 100 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 450) 585) 15) 47) (*) a annealed 740°C/2 h Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 300-350°C. P24 acc.5:1996: EZ CrMoVNbB 21 B42 H5 E 9018-G BÖHLER FOX P 24 SMAW stick electrode low-alloyed. Typical Analysis of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.0 V 0.22 Nb 0.08 Si 0.2 FOX P 24 9018-G EZCrMoVNbB 2 1 B 4.5 Cr 2. to ASTM A 213 Draft Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10454.4 Mn 0.

SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: CM 5-lG CM 5-lG CM 5-UP/BB 24 2-115 .130 FOX CM 5 Kb 8018-B6 E CrMo 5 B 4. AWS condition HD < 4 ml/100 g). min. The deposit is heat treatable. 1. 1.4 Mn 0.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a v a2 yield strength Re N/mm2: 520 (≥ 420) 440 (≥ 390) (≥ 460) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 620 (≥ 590) 580 (≥ 570) (≥ 550) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 21 (≥ 318) 26 (≥ 318) (≥ 319) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 90 (≥ 380) 110 (≥ 380) (*) a annealed 730 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air a2 annealed. 960 °C/0. high temperature Description Basic coated core wire alloyed electrode for high temperature steels and steels for hot hydrogen service. very low hydrogen content (acc.170 Preheat and interpass temperatures 300-350 °C.350 °C. 115 %. T5.7362 X12CrMo5. 2 h 2. CL (0160).07 Si 0. LTSS.5 250 70 .5 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A 300 . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.190 electrode identification: 3. Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels.7363 GX12CrMo5 ASTM A213 Gr.0 Mo 0.2 350 110 . Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature. TÜV-A (695). high-alloyed.5-96: E8018-B6H4R BÖHLER FOX CM 5 Kb SMAW stick electrode. 760 °C/1 h/furnace down to 200 °C/air v quenched/tempered. QT-steels similar alloyed up to 1180 N/mm2 tensile strength. A217 Gr.5 h/oil + 730 °C/0. Post weld annealing at 730-760 °C for at least 1 hour followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air. Good weldability in all positions except vertical down.0 350 140 . P5 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0725. Metal recovery approx. C5. A335 Gr. High crack resistance.). UDT.8 Cr 5. VUZ.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E CrMo 5 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5. Preferably used for X12CrMo5 (5 Cr 0.5 Mo) steels.

A 234 Gr. high-alloyed. Metal recovery approx. 760 °C/1 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air v quenched/tempered.130 130 .190 100 . 2 h 2. high temperature Description Basic coated alloyed core wire electrode for high temperature steels and steels for hot hydrogen service. mind. 1. 115 %. X12CrMo9-1).7 Cr 9.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: AWS A5.g. Approved in long-term condition up to + 650 °C service temperature.07 Si 0.7389 GX12CrMo10 ASTM A217 Gr. same alloyed 1. TÜV-A (522). A335 Gr.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: 610 (≥ 550) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 730 (≥ 690) elongation A (L0=5d0) %: 20 (≥ 319) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 70 (≥ 355) (*) a annealed.0 Mo 1. 930 °C/10 min/air + 740 °C/2 h/air v 600 730 25 100 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 550) 690) 319) 355) Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm 300 . Detailed information on welding technology available on request.5-96: E CrMo9 B 4 2 H5 E8018-B8 BÖHLER FOX CM 9 Kb SMAW stick electrode. P9 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (2183. particularly in the petrochemical industry.2 350 FOX CM 9 Kb 8018-B8 E CrMo9 B 4. UDT. 1. WP9. C12. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: CM 9-IG 2-116 .7386 X12CrMo9-1.7388 X7CrMo9-1.). Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. Preferably used for 9% Cr 1% Mo steels (e.5 250 electrode identification: 3.160 at 710-760°C for at Base Materials highly high temperature steels.0 350 Preheating and interpass temperatures 250-350 °C. VUZ.4 Mn 0.350 °C. Post weld annealing least 1 hr followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air. The weld metal is heat treatable. amps A 70 .

CL (1267).5-96: E9015-B9 BÖHLER FOX C 9 MV SMAW stick electrode.9 Mo 0. 2 mm). 80 °C/h. heating and cooling rates up to 550 °C max.0 L mm 250 350 350 450 amps A 60 .5 Cr 9. A cooling down to room temperature is possible up to a wall thickness of 45 mm. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 2 h electrode identification: FOX C 9 MV 9015-B9 E CrMo91 B ø mm 2. min. After welding the joint should be cooled down below 80 °C to finish the martensite transformation. T91 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (6762. A335 Gr. UDT. It features excellent striking and re-striking properties.140 150 . T91.120 110 .High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E CrMo91 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. Low hydrogen content. 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 . 10 hrs.4903 X10CrMoVNb9-1 ASTM A199 Gr.0 5. A213/213M Gr.5 3. The electrode is suitable in all positions except vertical down.2 4.180 90 . For optimised toughness values a welding technology should be applied which produces thin welding layers (app.180 Preheating and interpass temperature 200-300 °C.0 Ni 0. The following post weld heat treatment is recommended: annealing 760 °C/min. In case of greater wall thickness or complex components the possibility of residual stresses must be considered.09 Si 0. especially for T 91 and P91 steels and operating temperatures up to +620 °C (approved up to +650 °C). above 550 °C max.3 Mn 0.05 V 0.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a1 yield strength Re N/mm2: 500 (≥ 415) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 720 (≥ 585) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 19 (≥ 317) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 60 (≥ 341) (*) a1 annealed.9 Nb 0. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW wire: C 9 MV-IG C 9 MV-IG GMAW solid wire: C 9 MV-IG GMAW metal cored wire: C 9 MV-MC SAW combination: C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 2-117 . High creep rupture strength and good toughness properties under long term stresses. max. high-alloyed. creep resistant Description Basic coated core wire alloyed electrode suited for high temperature martensitic 9-12 % chromium steels. P91 (T91).350 °C. 150 °C/h. 2 hrs.).

Good welding properties in all positions except vertical down.2 350 90 .5 Mo 1. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: SAW combination: C 9 MVW-IG C 9 MVW-UP/BB 910 2-118 . 2 h 3. 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air a 530) 700) 315) 327) Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A 300 .4905 X11CrMoWVNb9-1-1 ASTM A335 Gr.) BÖHLER FOX C 9 MVW SMAW stick electrode.).350 °C.120 electrode identification: 4. high-alloyed.180 Preheating and interpass temperature 200-300 °C.2 N 0.7 Cr 8. min.0 350 110 . In case of greater wall thickness or complex components the possibility of residual stresses must be considered. 10 hrs. above 550 °C max.05 Nb 0.140 FOX C 9 MVW E Z CrMoWVNb 9 1 1 B 5. For optimised toughness values a welding technology should be applied which produces thin welding layers (app. Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature.05 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) 560 (≥ yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 720 (≥ elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 015 (≥ impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 040 (≥ (*) a annealed.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E Z CrMoWVNb 9 1 1 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5. 2 mm).g. A213 Gr. 150 °C/h.7 W 1. heating and cooling rates up to 550 °C max. P911. T911 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (9176.25 Mn 0.1 Si 0. The following post weld heat treatment is recommended: annealing 760 °C/ min. X11CrMoWVNb9-1-1 (P911/T911). creep resistant Description Basic coated core wire alloyed Cr-Mo-Ni-V-W-Nb-electrode for the welding of high temperature martensitic steels like e. 2 hrs. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.5-96: E9015-B9 (mod. max. 80 °C/h. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. UDT.0 450 150 .0 Ni 0. After welding the joint should be cooled down below 80 °C to finish the martensite transformation.0 V 0.

05 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a 690 (≥ 560) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 810 (≥ 720) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 19 (≥ 315) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 55 (≥ 341) 0 °C: (*) a annealed 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air a2 annealed 760 °C/6 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air a2 630 760 320 380 350 a2 (650 °C test temp) 230 (≥ 125) 330 322 Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 300 .3 Mn 0. For optimised toughness values a welding technology should be applied which produces thin welding layers (approx.5% W-Mo-Nb-N.7 W 1.350 °C. 10 hours. T92 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (9291. good striking and re-striking properties.5 2 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5.) BÖHLER FOX P 92 SMAW stick electrode. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: P 92-IG SAW combination: P 92-UP/BB 910 2-119 . 2 mm). After welding the joint should cool down below 80 °C. Approved in long-term condition up to + 650 °C service temperature. P 92 (T92).1 Si 0.). above 550 °C max.140 Preheating and interpass temperature 200-300 °C. 150 °C/h.0 FOX P 92 E Z CrMoWVNb9 0.7 V 0. 80 °C/h. creep resistant Description Basic coated Cr-Mo-Ni-V-W-Nb alloyed stick electrode suited for welding of high temperature steel 9%Cr-1. min.5 2 B L mm 350 350 amps A 190 .SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E Z CrMoWVNb 9 0. The stick electrode features a stable arc.5-96: E9015-B9(mod. high-alloyed.2 N 0.120 110 . Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels NF 616 ASTM A335 Gr. A213 Gr.1 Mo 0.045 Nb 0. UDT.2 electrode identification: 4.55 Ni 0.7 Cr 9. 2 h 3. low spatter loss and an easy removable slag. In case of greater wall thickness or complex components the possibility of residual stresses must be considered. 2 hours.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . The following postweld heat treatment is recommended: Annealing 760 °C/min. In case of heat treatments less than 2 hours the requirements have to be proved by a procedure test. to finish the martensite transformation. heating/cooling rate up to 550 °C max. max.

4922 X20CrMoV12-1.31). DB (10.0 L mm 250 350 350 450 amps A 60 .180 Preheating and interpass temperatures 400-450 °C (austenitic welding) or 250-300 °C (martensitic welding). Low hydrogen content (HD < 5 ml/100 g).014/3).180 90 . Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature. TÜV-A (81).5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a v yield strength Re N/mm2: 610 (≥ 590) 590 (≥ 550) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 800 (≥ 700) 790 (≥ 740) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 18 (≥ 315) 18 (≥ 315) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 45 (≥ 335) 45 (≥ 335) (*) a annealed 760 °C/4 h/furnace down to 300 °C/furnace down to 300 °C/air v quenched/tempered 1050 °C/0. Lower preheat and interpass temperatures are possible. creep resistant Description Basic coated. min.4931 GX22CrMoV12-1 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (01082.0 5.4913 X19CrMoVNb11-1 (Turbotherm. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. Metal recovery approx. at 1050 °C for 1/2 hour/oil and annealing at 760 °C for 2 hours. heat treatable 12 % chromium steels in turbine and boiler construction as well as in the chemical industry.0 V 0. Root passes should principally be welded in the martensitic range.18 Si 0. if specified. ÜZ (10. KTA 1408 1 (8088. 115 %.2 4.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1599:1997: E CrMoWV 12 B 4 2 H5 BÖHLER FOX 20 MVW SMAW stick electrode. 20 MVNb). Optimum chemical composition ensures a high quality weld metal. Tempering. LTSS.6 Mo 1. 1. ÖBB. The weld metal deposit is heat treatable.00). High creep rupture strength and excellent toughness under long term stresses. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1.6 Cr 11. 1. 1.0 Ni 0. core wire alloyed electrode for high temperature. UDT.350 °C.014.5 3.4935 X20CrMoWV12-1. high-alloyed. 2 h electrode identification: FOX 20 MVW E CrMoWV12 B ø mm 2. Good weldability in all positions except vertical down. Preferably used for X20CrMoV12-1.4923 X22CrMoV12-1. 1.5 h/oil + 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 . yet must be approved by practical welding tests and process qualification tests. CL (0218). After welding cooling down to 90±10 °C.). followed by tempering at 720-760 °C for three minutes / mm wall thickness (at least for 2 hours). SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: SAW combination: 20 MVW-IG 20 MVW-UP/BB 24 2-120 .120 110 .3 W 0.3 Mn 0.140 150 .

SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: CN 16/13-IG 2-121 .4961 X8CrNiNb16-13. only in case of wall thickness above 25 mm preheat up to 150 °C. UDT. Approved in long-term condition up to +800 °C.300 °C. min.6 Cr 16.). 2 h 2. 1. high-alloyed.140 Preheating is not required.5 250 60 . Fully austenitic weld deposit.15 Si 0. 1. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1.180 electrode identification: 3. Insusceptible to embrittlement and resistant to hot cracking.0 350 110 .5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. Interpass temperatures should not exceed 150 °C. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.4 Mn 3.4988 X8CrNiMoVNb16-13.4910 X3CrNiMoN17-13.2 350 80 . as-welded u 450 600 31 55 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 300) 550) 330) 350) + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A 250 . Low heat input is recommended.4981 X8CrNiMoNb16-16 1.0 Nb 1. 1. creep resistant Description Basic coated core wire alloyed electrode for high quality weld joints in high efficiency boilers and turbine components.110 FOX CN 16/13 E Z 16 13 Nb B 4.4878 X12CrNiTi18-9 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0550.0 Ni 13.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600: E Z 16 13 Nb B 4 2 H5 BÖHLER FOX CN 16/13 SMAW stick electrode.

0 Ni 10.0 350 110 . Excellent weldability in all positions except vertical down. 347H Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0138.4948 / 304H).05 Si 0. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX E 308 H GTAW rod: ER 308 H-IG CN 18/11-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 18/11-IG GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD CN 18/11-UP/BB 202 2-122 .3 Cr 19.100 FOX CN 18/11 308-15 E 19 9 B 4. reactor and turbine fabrication. in the boiler.3 Mn 1. 1. 1. min.4551 and no.2 350 80 . UDT. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. high-alloyed.4949 X3CrNiN18-11 AISI 304H.300 °C. creep resistant Description Basic coated.140 Preheating is not required. core wire alloyed electrode with controlled delta ferrite content (3-8 FN) for austenitic CrNi steels with increased carbon contents (e.5 250 50 .180 electrode identification: 3.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 19 9 B 4 2 H5 AWS A5. CL (0332).3 FN 3-8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.). 1. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. only in case of wall thickness above 25 mm preheat up to 150 °C Interpass temperature should not exceed 200 °C. 2 h 2. TÜV-A (447). scaling and corrosion.4550.g. as-welded u 420 580 40 85 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 550) 335) 370) + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A 250 . Resistant to hot cracking. 321H. Approved in long-term condition up to +700 °C service temperature (300 °C in the case of wet corrosion). KTA 1408 1 (8067.4948 X6CrNi18-11.00). LTSS.4-92: E308-15 BÖHLER FOX CN 18/11 SMAW stick electrode. 1. Also suitable for German material no. which are approved for temperatures up to +550 °C.

no.2 350 70 . 1. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. creep resistant Description Rutile-basic coated. only in case of wall thickness above 25 mm preheat up to 150 °C.200 °C. 321H. high-alloyed. min.4948 X6CrNi18-11. core wire alloyed electrode for the use of high temperature CrNi austenitic steel for service temperatures up to +700 °C.0 350 110 . 1.4-92: E308H-16 BÖHLER FOX E 308 H SMAW stick electrode. as-welded u 420 580 40 75 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 550) 335) 347) + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A 120 .145 Preheating is not required.7 Cr 19.4 Ni 10. 347H Approvals and Certificates UDT. Excellent weldability in all position except vertical down.6 Mn 0.5 300 45 . Specially designed for the base metal AISI 304H (W.4948).4 Mo 0. The deposit is insusceptible to embrittlement and scaling. Interpass temperature should not exceed 200 °C.4878 X12CrNiTi18-9 AISI 304.175 electrode identification: 3.110 FOX E 308 H-16 E 19 9 H R 4. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 18/11 GTAW rod: ER 308 H-IG CN 18/11-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 18/11-IG GMAW flux cored wire: E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD SAW combination: CN 18/11-UP/BB 202 2-123 .05 Si 0.2 FN 3-8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 304H. 2 h 2. Controlled ferrite content of 3-8 FN.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 19 9 H R 4 2 H5 AWS A5.

High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600: 1997: AWS A5.05 Si 0.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 50-180 75-110 110-145 Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels AISI 347H. Excellent weldability in all position except vertical down.5 3.4-92: E 19 9 Nb B E 347-15 BÖHLER FOX E 347 H SMAW stick electrode high-alloyed. as-welded Operating Data re-drying if necessary: – electrode identification: FOX E 347 H-15 E 19 9 Nb B ø mm 2.3 Mn 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.2 4.0 Ni 10. creep resistant Description Basic coated. Specially designed for the base metal AISI 347H.0 Nb ≥8xC FN 3-8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 440 620 35 85 (≥ 350) (≥ 560) (≥ 30) +20 °C: (*) u untreated.3 Cr 19. Controlled ferrite content of 3-8 FN. The deposit is less susceptible to embrittlement and is scaling resistant. core wire alloyed electrode for the use of high temperature CrNi austenitic steel for service temperatures exceeding +400 °C. AISI 321H Approvals and Certificates – 2-124 .

and crane construction as well as in structural steel engineering. ÜZ (42. P255G1TH.L415NB.P460NH ASTM A335 Gr.5424 BÖHLER DMO-IG GTAW rod. P1.L415MB.). GE240 . ÖBB. A217 Gr. Very good welding and flow characteristics.1 Si 0. DNV (I YMS). A182M Gr. CRS (3) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DMO Kb FOX DMO Ti GMAW solid wire: DMO-IG SAW combination: Gas welding rod: EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 DMO 2-125 . A204M Gr. 22NiMoCr4-7.4 3. P265GH.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 520 630 27 200 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 480) 570) 323) 180) 347) a 480 570 26 230 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 515) 319) 200) + 20 °C: . UDT. CL (0483). A161-94 Gr. DB (42. 22Mo4. T1. Very tough deposit of high crack resistant.0 3. P235GH.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: EN 1668:1997: EN 1668:1997: AWS A5.GE300. pressure vessel. 20MnMoNi5-5. Recommended for the temperature range from -30 °C to +500 °C. B. S255N . ageing resistant and steels resistant to caustic cracking 16Mo3. F1.0 2. KTA 1408 1 (8066. rod marking: front: WMoSi back: 1. 15NiCuMoNb5. pipeline.014). WC1 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0020. nonageing. TÜV-A (75). BV (UP). Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.5424 shielding gas: 100 % Argon Base Materials similar alloyed high temperature steels and cast steels. A250M Gr. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal.6 2. For high strength applications please consult us.6 Mn 1. P310GH.30 °C: (*) u untreated. high temperature (high strength) Description Copper coated GTAW rod for welding in boiler. 20MnMoNi4-5. P295GH. FI (W MoSi). C. S355J2G3.S460N. P255NH. L320 . P255NH . 620 °C/1 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon Operating Data ø mm 1. T1. as-welded – shielding gas Argon a annealed. L320 MB . A.Nr. 17MnMoV6-4.2 Mo 0.: W Mo Si W2Mo (for rod) W 46 3 W2Mo ER70S-A1 (ER80S-G) 1.2 Preheat.09).02). Good copper bonding with low total copper content.014. low-alloyed.28-96: W.

Further.7354 G22CrMo5-4. The deposit is noted for its good mechanical properties and good toughness.11 Si 0.: 1. steels resistant to caustic cracking 1.7335 13CrMo4-5. 680 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon a2 annealed.7357 G17CrMo5-5 ASTM A193 Gr. Very good operating characteristics. WC6. low-alloyed. Typical Composition of Welding Rod C wt-% 0.25 % Cr 0.0 Preheat. UDT.010 ≤ 0.7339 3. 1. A217 Gr.7728 16CrMoV4. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal. 1. Approved in long-term condition up to + 570 °C service temperature. case hardening and nitriding steels of similar chemical composition. 1. B7. high temperature Description GTAW rod for 1. shielding gas: 100 % Argon Base Materials similar alloyed high temperature steels and cast steels.5 P As Sb Sn ≤ 0. 1.6 Mn 1. 1. Preferably used for the steels 13CrMo4-5 or ASTM A335 P11/P12.005 ≤ 0.7258 24CrMo5.Nr.5 % Mo alloyed boiler. The values of the creep rupture strength lay within the scatter band of the material 13CrMo4-5. Tempering at 660-700 °C at least 1/2 hr followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air.006 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a1 a2 yield strength Re N/mm2: 490 (≥ 440) 510 tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 590 (≥ 520) 620 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 25 (≥ 322) 22 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 250 (≥ 347) 200 a1 annealed. plate and tube steels as well as for the welding of quenched and tempered and case hardening steels. P11 a.7218 25CrMo4.6 rod marking: 2. A335 Gr.) W.7339 BÖHLER DCMS-IG GTAW rod. and the fact that it is suitable for nitriding.4 back: 1. 620 °C/1 h/furnace down to 320 °C/air – shielding gas Argon (≥ 470) (≥ 550) (≥ 19) Operating Data ø mm 1. TÜV-A (91). 200-250 °C.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: W CrMo1 Si AWS A5. good resistance to cracking.0 front: W CrMo1 Si 2.012 ≤ 0.7205 15CrMo5.28-96: ER80S-G ER80S-B2 (mod. when attacked by caustic soda. quenching and tempering are additional features. P 12 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0727.7225 42CrMo4. 1. 1.2 Mo 0.). Preheating and interpass temperature for 13CrMo4-5 (P11/P12). Brucato ≤ 15 ppm. FI (W CrMo1Si). SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DCMS Kb FOX DCMS Ti GMAW solid wire: DCMS-IG SAW combination: Gas welding rod: EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 DCMS 2-126 .0 Cr 1.

7733 24CrMoV5-5.9 Cr 0.7706 G17CrMoV5-10.85 V 0.: 1. Tempering at 700-720 °C at least 2 hrs followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air.7715 14MoV6-3. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DMV 83 Kb GTAW rod: DMV 83-IG GMAW solid wire: DMV 83-IG 2-127 .35 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: 520 (≥ 470) 670 (≥ 580) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 24 (≥ 320) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 220 (≥ 347) (*) a annealed.45 Mo 0. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.4 rod marking: front: W MoV Si back: 1. cracking resistant deposit with good creep rupture strength. Approved in long-term condition up to +560 °C service temperature.6 Mn 0.7709 21CrMoV5-7. TÜV-A (120). ASTM A389 Gr. low-alloyed. LTSS. C23 a.Nr. A405 Gr.28-96: ER80S-G W. high temperature Description GTAW rod specially designed for the base metal 14MoV6-3 (1/2 Cr 1/2 Mo 1/4 V). Tough. 1. UDT. C24.5407 BÖHLER DMV 83-IG GTAW rod.8070 21CrMoV5-11. 700 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon Operating Data ø mm 2. 1. shielding gas: 100 % Argon Base Materials similar alloyed high temperature steels and cast steels 1. UNS I21610 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1093.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: W MoV Si AWS A5.). 1. 1.08 Si 0. P24.5407 Preheating and interpass temperatures 200-300 °C.

28-96: ER90S-G ER90S-B3(mod. high temperature Description GTAW rod for 2.7384 3. P22. Brucato ≤ 15 ppm.95 Cr 2. Approved in long-term condition up to +600 °C service temperature.4 back: 1. WC 9 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1564. Tempering at 700-750 °C at least 1 hr followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: W CrMo2 Si AWS A5. 720 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon Operating Data ø mm 1.6 rod marking: 2. UDT. Typical Composition of Welding Rod C wt-% 0.0 P As Sb Sn ≤ 0. TÜV-A (89).7 Mn 0.: 1. FI (W CrMo2Si).0 Preheating and interpass temperature 200-350 °C. Preferably used for base metal 10CrMo9-10 (ASTM A335 P22). A217 Gr. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CM 2 Kb GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: CM 2-lG CM 2-UP/BB 24 2-128 .7384 BÖHLER CM 2-IG GTAW rod.6 Mo 1.010 ≤ 0.010 ≤ 0.7379 G17CrMo9-10 ASTM A335 Gr.0 front: W CrMo2 Si 2.). similar alloyed case hardening steels. The weld metal meets all prerequisites for reliable long term creep properties without embrittlement due to very low content of trace elements. low-alloyed. 1. plate and tube steels as well as in oil refineries.Nr.8075 10CrSiMoV7. Very good operating characteristics.005 ≤ 0.) W. Also for similarly alloyed quenched and tempered steels as well as case hardening steels. nitriding steels 1. CL (0899).006 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: 470 (≥ 420) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 600 (≥ 520) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 23 (≥ 322) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 190 (≥ 347) (*) a annealed.25 Cr 1 % Mo alloyed boiler.06 Si 0. shielding gas: 100 % Argon Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels.7380 10CrMo9-10. 1.

3 Mn 0.2 L mm 1000 1000 1000 1000 Spools BS300 BS300 Base Materials HCM2S. P/T23 ASTM A 213 code case 2199 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (applied) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: SAW combination: FOX P 23 P 23-UP/BB 430 2-129 .2 W 1.0 2.6 2. pipe or tube material. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: AWS A5. high temperature Description For manual or automatic GTAW-welding of creep resistant steels such as HCM2S (P23/T23 acc. as-welded – shielding gas Argon a annealed 740°C/2 h Operating Data Shielding gas: 100% Argon rod marking: W Cr2WV/T23 ø mm 1.22 Nb 0.4 3.2 1.002 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u 585 650 15 100 a 450 585 17 120 u untreated.01 B 0.7 V 0.07 Si 0.5 Cr 2. to ASTM A 213 code case 2199).5 B42 H5 ER90S-G BÖHLER P 23-IG GTAW rod low-alloyed.28:1996 E ZCrWV 21.05 N 0.0 1.

P24 acc.002 B 0.2 L mm 1000 1000 1000 1000 Spools BS300 BS300 Preheat and interpass temperature depends on wall thickness.002 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u 600 700 15 100 a 540 620 20 120 u untreated.0 1.22 Ti 0.2 1.4 3. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. as-welded – shielding gas Argon a annealed 740 °C/2 h Operating Data Shielding gas: 100% Argon rod marking: W CrMoVTiB/T24 ø mm 1.0 2.) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: SAW combination: FOX P 24 P 24-UP/BB 430 2-130 . Base Materials 7CrMoVTiB10-10.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: AWS A5.55 Cr 2. pipe or tube material.28:1996 W Z CrMoV 2 E 90S-G BÖHLER P 24-IG GTAW rod low-alloyed.05 V 0. high temperature Description For manual or automatic GTAW-welding of creep resistant steels such as 7CrMoVTiB10-10 (P24/T24 acc. to ASTM A 213 Draft Approvals and Certificates TÜV (10455.25 Mn 0.10 Si 0.0 Nb 0.5 Mo 1. to ASTM A 213 Draft).6 2.

: 1.4 Mn 0.7362 X12CrMo5. particularly for application in oil refineries and the base metals X12CrMo5 / P5.5 % Mo steels and steels for hot hydrogen service.7373 BÖHLER CM 5-IG GTAW rod. 1. 730 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon Operating Data ø mm 1.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: W CrMo5 Si AWS A5. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.0 front: W CrMo5 Si 2.Nr. UDT. shielding gas: 100 % Argon Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels 1. A217 Gr.7363 GX12CrMo5 ASTM A213 Gr.6 rod marking: 2. TÜV-A (524).4 back: ER80S-B6 3.5 Cr 5.28-96: ER80S-B6 W.).0 Preheating and interpass temperatures 300-350 °C. high temperature Description GTAW rod for 5 % Cr 0. T5.08 Si 0. Tempering at 730-760 °C at least 1 hr followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air. C5. high-alloyed. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: FOX CM 5 Kb CM 5-lG CM 5-UP/BB 24 2-131 .6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: 510 (≥ 470) 620 (≥ 550) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 20 (≥ 318) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 200 (≥ 347) (*) a annealed. A335 Gr. Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature.8 Mo 0. P5 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0724.

particularly for application in oil refineries and the base metals X12CrMo9-1 (P9). 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon Operating Data ø mm 1. 1. WP9. TÜV-A (523). P9 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (2182. Approved in long-term condition up to +600 °C service temperature.6 rod marking: 2.5 Mn 0. A335 Gr. shielding gas: 100 % Argon Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1.4 back: ER80S-B8 Preheating and interpass temperature 250-350 °C.7389 GX12CrMo10 ASTM A217 Gr.5 Cr 9. Tempering at 710-760 °C for at least 1 hr followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C/air.0 front: W CrMo9 Si 2.07 Si 0.7386 X12CrMo9-1.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: 530 (≥ 450) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 670 (≥ 600) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 24 (≥ 318) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 250 (≥ 347) (*) a annealed. A 234 Gr. C12.0 Mo 1.7388 X7CrMo9-1. 1.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: W CrMo9 Si AWS A5.). high-alloyed. For detailed information about the welding technology please contact our service departments.28-96: ER80S-B8 BÖHLER CM 9-IG GTAW rod. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. high temperature Description GTAW rod for 9 % Cr 1 % Mo high temperature steels and steels for hot hydrogen service. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CM 9 Kb 2-132 .

creep resistant martensitic 9-12 % chromium steels. CL (1225).28-96: ER90S-B9 W. the weld joint should cool down below 80 °C to finish the martensite transformation. creep resistant Description GTAW rod for high temperature.0 Ni 0. high-alloyed. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. P91.0 Preheating and interpass temperature 200-300 °C.Nr. 10 hrs.4903 BÖHLER C 9 MV-IG GTAW rod. heating and cooling rates below 550 °C max. max. In case of greater wall thickness or complex components the possibility of residual stresses must be considered.7 Mo 0.055 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a 660 (≥ 520) yield strength Re N/mm2: 760 (≥ 620) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 17 (≥ 316) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 55 (≥ 350) (*) a annealed.9 V 0. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GMAW solid wire: GMAW metal cored wire: SAW combination: FOX C 9 MV C 9 MV-IG C 9 MV-MC C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 2-133 . After welding.4903 X10CrMoVNb9-1 ASTM A199 Gr. For optimised toughness values a welding technology should be applied which produces thin welding layers (approx.2 Nb 0. A213/213M Gr. Especially designed for the ASTM steels T91/P91.5 Cr 9.). 150 °C/hr.3 Mn 0.4 3. above 550 °C max. T91 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (07106.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: W CrMo91 AWS A5. The following post weld heat treatment is recommended: annealing 760 °C/min. 2 hrs. 2 mm).: 1. A335 Gr. 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: WCrMo91 back: ER 90S-B9 ø mm 2. Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature. T91. 80 °C/hr.0 2.12 Si 0.

Preheating and interpass temperature 200-300 °C.45 Cr 9. A213 Gr. ASTM A335 Gr. 10 hrs.0 2. Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature. heating and cooling rates below 550 °C max. high-alloyed.98 V 0.2 Nb 0.). For optimised toughness values a welding technology should be applied which produces thin welding layers (app.0 Ni 0. creep resistant Description GTAW-rod for high temperature.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070: 1999: AWS A5.75 Mo 0. max.4 Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. 80 °C/hr. 2 mm).04 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J a 660 790 16 50 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 560) 720) 15) 41) +20 °C: (*) a annealed 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas 100 % Argon Operating Data Shielding gas: 100 % Argon front: E 911 back: – ø mm 2.) BÖHLER C 9 MVW-IG GTAW rod. P911. T911 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (9177. 150 °C/h. above 550 °C max. In case of greater wall thickness or complex components the possibility of residual stresses must be considered.35 Mn 0.4905 X11CrMoWVNb9-1-1. The following post weld heat treatment is recommended: annealing 760 °C/ min.11 Si 0. creep resistant martensitic 9 % chromium steels.05 N 0. especially designed for the steel P 911 according to ASTM A335.06 W 1. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX C 9 MVW 2-134 . 2 hrs. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. After welding the joint should be cooled down below 80°C to finish the martensite transformation.28-96: W Z CrMoWVNb 911 ER90S-B9(mod.

05 W 1.6 Mo 0. Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature. In case of greater wall thickness or complex components the possibility of residual stresses must be considered. creep resistant Description GTAW rod especially designed for the welding of a 9 % Cr 1.5 1.) yield strength Re N/mm2: 710 (≥ 560) 650 230 (≥ 125) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 820 (≥ 720) 770 340 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 19 (≥ 315) 320 321 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 77 (≥ 341) 370 (*) a annealed 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon a2 annealed 760 °C/6 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: P 92 back: – ø mm 2. 10 hours. 80 °C/h. NF616-steels. 2 hours.6 Ni 0.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . max.5 % W Mo-Nb-N / P92.) BÖHLER P 92-IG GTAW rod.4 Mn 0. heating/cooling rate below 550 °C max.5 N 0. T92 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (9292. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels NF 616 ASTM A335 Gr. 2 mm).4 Cr 8. For optimised toughness values a welding technology should be applied which produces thin welding layers (approx.5 AWS A5. 150 °C/h.10 Si 0. above 550 °C max.2 Nb 0. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX P 92 SAW combination: P 92-UP/BB 910 2-135 . Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. The following postweld heat treatment is recommended: Annealing 760 °C/min.28-96: ER90S-B9(mod.0 2.). After welding the joint should cool down below 80 °C to finish the martensite transformation. In case of heat treatments less than 2 hours the requirements have to be proved by a procedure test. A213 Gr.4 V 0.GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: W Z CrMoWVNb 9 0. P 92 (T92).05 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a a2 a2 (650 °C test temp.4 Preheating and interpass temperature 200-300 °C. high-alloyed.

1. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX 20 MVW SAW combination: 20 MVW-UP/BB 24 2-136 . DB (42. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. UDT.014. Root passes should principally be welded in the martensitic range. 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W CrMoWV12 Si back: 1.6 Cr 11.4935 X20CrMoWV12-1. yet must be approved by practical welding tests and process qualification tests. creep resistant Description GTAW rod for creep resistant.4922 X20CrMoV12-1.0 2. Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature. ÜZ (42014/3). Lower preheat and interpass temperatures are possible.4 Mn 0.00).4931 GX22CrMoV12-1 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (01083.3 Mo 1.45 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: 610 (≥ 590) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 780 (≥ 700) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 18 (≥ 315) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 60 (≥ 335) (*) a annealed. Tempering. Preferably used for the base metal X20CrMoV12-1.21 Si 0. 20 MVNb).4937 ø mm 2.4913 X19CrMoVNb11-1 (Turbotherm. CL (0437). Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. 1.). ÖBB.4 Preheating and interpass temperatures 400-450 °C (austenitic welding) or 250-300 °C (martensitic welding).High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12070:1999: W CrMoWV12 Si W. if specified. high-alloyed.4937 BÖHLER 20 MVW-IG GTAW rod. quenched and tempered 12 % Cr steels in turbine and boiler fabrication and in the chemical industry.4923 X22CrMoV12-1 1. The deposit exhibits high creep rupture strength and good toughness properties under long term stresses. at 1050 °C for 1/2 hour/oil and annealing at 760 °C for 2 hours. TÜV-A (82). KTA 1408 1 (8087. followed by tempering at 720-760 °C for three minutes / mm wall thickness (at least for 2 hours).3 W 0. After welding cooling down to 90±10 °C.Nr: 1.24).0 V 0. 1.

Insusceptible to embrittlement and resistant to hot cracking.). Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.4961 Preheating is not required.0 rod marking: front: W Z 16 13 Nb back: 1.4961 X8CrNiNb16-13. TÜV-A (566).0 Ni 13.) BÖHLER CN 16/13-IG GTAW rod. creep resistant Description GTAW rod for high quality weld joints in high efficiency boilers and turbine components.16 Si 0. high-alloyed.shielding gas Argon (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 390) 550) 320) 350) Operating Data ø mm 2.4948 (mod. as-welded .4910 X3CrNiMoN17-13.Nr: 1.6 Mn 2.5 Cr 16. 1.4981 X8CrNiMoNb16-16. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 16/13 2-137 .5 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u 460 yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 630 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 25 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 60 (*) u untreated. Approved in long-term condition up to +750 °C service temperature. 1. shielding gas: 100 % Argon Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. 1. low heat input is recommended.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W Z 16 13 Nb W.4988 X8CrNiMoVNb16-13. Fully austenitic weld deposit.4961 / 1. interpass temperature should not exceed 150 °C.4878 X12CrNiTi18-9 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (2728. 1.

Steels to German material no.4948 / 304H). high-alloyed. CL (0749).9-93: W.00).) BÖHLER CN 18/11-IG GTAW rod. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W 19 9 H back: ER19-10H Interpass temperature should not exceed 200 °C. 1.4948 X6CrNi18-11. TÜV-A (448). 347H Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0139.4550 and 1.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: AWS A5. 321H.3 FN 3-8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 420 620 40 150 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 600) 330) 100) 332) + 20 °C: .4949 X3CrNiN18-11 AISI 304H.10 °C: (*) u untreated.4 3.). creep resistant Description GTAW rod with controlled delta ferrite content (3-8 FN) for austenitic CrNi steels with increased carbon contents (e.4948 (mod.Nr. Approved in long-term condition up to +700 °C service temperature (300 °C in the case of wet corrosion). 1.: W 19 9 H ER19-10H 1. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.0 2. can also be welded. reactor and turbine fabrication.g.4 Mn 1.4551 which are approved for the high temperature range up to +550 °C. in the boiler.8 Ni 9. KTA 1408 1 (8068. ø mm 2.05 Si 0.6 Cr 18. 1.0 Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. UDT Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX E 308 H FOX CN 18/11 GTAW rod: ER 308 H-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 18/11-IG GMAW flux cored wire: E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD SAW combination: CN 18/11-UP/BB 202 2-138 .

0 Ni 9.4948 (mod. creep resistant Description GTAW rod for high quality joints on high temperature austenitic CrNi-steels. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. 321H.: 1. for service temperature up to +700 °C.) BÖHLER ER 308 H-IG GTAW rod.9-93: ER308H W.Nr.4 Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 19 9 H AWS A5.0 2. ø mm 1.5 Mo 0. high-alloyed.4948 X6CrNi18-11.6 2. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W 19 9 H back: ER 308 H The interpass temperature should not exceed 200 °C.06 Si 0.7 Cr 20. The controlled ferrite content ensures hot cracking resistance. 1.2 FN 3-8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u yield strength Re N/mm2: ≥ 350 tensile strength Rm N/mm2: ≥ 550 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: ≥ 335 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: ≥ 370 (*) u untreated. The deposit is largely insusceptible to embrittlement.4 Mn 1.4878 X12CrNiTi18-9 AISI 304/304H. 347H Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX E 308 H FOX CN 18/11 GTAW rod: CN 18/11-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 18/11-lG GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD CN 18/11-UP/BB 202 2-139 .

Approved in long-term condition up to +550 °C service temperature. WC1 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0021. 22Mo4.shielding gas 100 % CO2 a annealed.014. UDT. P265GH.Nr.).2 Preheating. as-welded . T1 A A182M Gr. A204M Gr. shielding gases: Argon + 15 . Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. 22NiMoCr4-7. GE240-GE300. P255G1TH. P1. resulting in smooth welding and wetting behaviour. 620 °C/1 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 u 500 620 25 150 Operating Data ø mm 0.09). CL (0216). as-welded .shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 u2 untreated. Uniform copper bonding with low total copper content.8 1.2 Mo 0. FI (G MoSi). low-alloyed.: 1.L415MB. 20MnMoNi5-5. Highly-quality.5424 BÖHLER DMO-IG GMAW solid wire. A217 Gr. 20MnMoNi4-5. DB (42.5 % Mo alloyed boiler. P235GH.1 Si 0.014/3). interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal. 17MnMoV6-4.6 Mn 1. ÜZ (42. F1.S460N. C. P295GH. S355J2G3.0 1. P310GH. L320 MB . A. The wire shows good feeding and welding characteristics. nonageing.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wire EN 12070:1999: G MoSi AWS A5.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels. ÖBB. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DMO Kb FOX DMO Ti GTAW rod: DMO-lG SAW combination: Gas welding rod: EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 DMO 2-140 .40 °C: (≥ 347) (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. 15NiCuMoNb5. ageing resistant and steels resistant to caustic cracking 16Mo3. low temperature toughness to -40 °C. A250M Gr. P255NH-P460NH ASTM A335 Gr. T1.L415NB. P255NH. high temperature Description GMAW wire for 0.28-96: ER70S-A1 (ER80S-G) W. TÜV-A (76). plate and tube steels as well as in pressure vessel and structural steel engineering. B. very tough deposit of high cracking resistance. S255N . L320 .5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u2 a (≥ 470) 470 (≥ 450) 450 (≥ 400) (≥ 550) 590 (≥ 520) 570 (≥ 515) (≥ 322) 23 (≥ 320) 25 (≥ 419) + 20 °C: (≥ 120) 160 150 (≥ 120) . A161-94 Gr.

B7. good resistance to cracking. Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels.7218 25CrMo4. plate and tube steels as well as for the welding of quenched and tempered and case hardening steels.7205 15CrMo5.25 % Cr 0.28-96: ER80S-G ER80S-B2(mod. Tempering at 660700 °C at least 1/2 hr. A217 Gr.8 100 % CO2 1.7728 16CrMoV4.25 % CO2 0. Preheating and interpass temperature for 13CrMo4-5 (P11/P12). ÖBB.010 ≤ 0.7354 G22CrMo5-4. high temperature Description GMAW wire for 1.005 ≤ 0.012 < 0.7225 42CrMo4.11 Si 0. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX DCMS Kb FOX DCMS Ti DCMS-lG SAW combination: Gas welding rod: EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 DCMS 2-141 . Uniform copper bonding with low total copper content.Nr. resulting in smooth welding and wetting behaviour.5 % Mo alloyed boiler. when attacked by caustic soda. quenching and tempering are additional features.7258 24CrMo5. P12. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal. Preferably used for the steels 13CrMo4-5 or ASTM A335 P11/P12.2 properties can be different 1. 680 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air (≥ 420) (≥ 500) (≥ 320) (≥ 347) – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gases: ø mm Argon + 15 .7357 G17CrMo5-5 ASTM A193 Gr. 200-250 °C.) W.6 Preheat. followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air. 1.: 1. The values of the creep rupture strength lay within the scatter band of the material 13CrMo4-5.0 Cr 1. steels resistant to caustic cracking 1. low-alloyed. The wire shows very good feeding characteristics.2 Mo 0. FI (G CrMo1Si). case hardening and nitriding steels of similar chemical composition.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wire EN 12070:1999: G CrMo1Si AWS A5. The deposit is noted for its good mechanical properties and good toughness.014. 1.0 Using 100 % CO2 the mechanical 1.014/3).006 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: 460 tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 570 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 23 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 150 *) a annealed. 1. Approved in long-term condition up to +570 °C service temperature. 1. A335 Gr.7335 13CrMo4-5.7339 BÖHLER DCMS-IG GMAW solid wire.5 P As Sb Sn ≤ 0. DB (42. 1. P11 a. Typical Composition of Solid Wire C wt-% 0. WC6 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1091. Further. and the fact that it is suitable for nitriding. 1. ÜZ (42.). UDT. similar alloyed heat treatable steels with tensile strength up to 780 N/mm2. TÜV-A (92). 1.15).6 Mn 1.

: 1.7715 14MoV6-3. ASTM A389 Gr. TÜV-A (121). Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.8070 21CrMoV5-11. 1. resulting in smooth welding and wetting behaviour. Tough. Designed specially for 14MoV6-3 (1/2 Cr 1/2 Mo 1/4 V). A405 Gr. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DMV 83 Kb GTAW rod: DMV 83-IG 2-142 .9 Cr 0.6 Mn 0. UNS I21610 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1322. UDT. plate and tube steels. low-alloyed.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12070:1999: G MoV Si AWS A5. Tempering at 700-720 °C for at least 2 hrs followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air.5407 BÖHLER DMV 83-IG GMAW solid wire. P24.25 % CO2 1.7733 24CrMoV5-5. Approved in long-term condition up to +560 °C service temperature.).85 V 0. cracking resistant deposit with good creep rupture strength. 1. 1.Nr.08 Si 0. 700 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gases: ø mm Argon + 15 .7709 21CrMoV5-7. C23 a. high temperature Description GMAW wire for boiler.7706 G17CrMoV5-10. Base Materials similar alloyed high temperature steels and cast steels 1. C24.28-96: ER80S-G W. Preheating and interpass temperatures 200-300 °C.35 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a 610 (≥ 550) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 710 (≥ 630) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 20 (≥ 318) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 80 (≥ 347) (*) a annealed. 1. The wire shows very good feeding characteristics.45 Mo 0.2 100 % CO2 Using 100% CO2 the mechanical properties can be different.

06 Si 0.28-96: ER90S-G ER90S-B3(mod. UDT.6 Mo 1. P22.8075 10CrSiMoV7.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: 440 (≥ 400) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 580 (≥ 500) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 23 (≥ 322) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 170 (≥ 347) (*) a annealed. QT-steels similar alloyed up to 980 N/mm2 tensile strength.8 1. The deposit is noted for its good mechanical properties and cracking resistance.) W. 720 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 Operating Data ø mm 0. Tempering at 700-750 °C for at least 1 hr followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air.0 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. Preferably used for the base metal 10CrMo9-10 (ASTM A335 Gr.7 Mn 1.2 Using 100% CO2 the mechanical properties can be different. Also for similar alloyed quenched and tempered steels and case hardening steels.7379 G17CrMo9-10 ASTM A335 Gr.g. high temperature Description GMAW for 2.: 1. nitriding steels 1.7380 10CrMo9-10. WC 9 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1085. The wire shows very good feeding characteristics.25 Cr 1 % Mo alloyed boiler.Nr. Preheating and interpass temperature 200-350 °C. 1.1 Cr 2. A217 Gr. TÜV-A (88). plate and tube steels as well as in oil refineries e. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: SAW combination: FOX CM 2 Kb CM 2-IG CM 2-UP/BB 24 2-143 . 1. FI (G CrMo2Si). low-alloyed. in crack plants. shielding gases: Argon + 15 . but also for its creep rupture strength which is within the scatter band of 10CrMo9-10.).7384 BÖHLER CM 2-IG GMAW solid wire. similar alloyed case hardening steels.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12070:1999: G CrMo2 Si AWS A5. P22) Approved in long-term condition up to +600 °C service temperature. resulting in smooth welding and wetting behaviour.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels.

resulting in smooth welding and flow behaviour.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12070:1999: G CrMo5 Si AWS A5. QT-steels similar alloyed up to 1180 N/mm2 1.6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a 520 (≥ 400) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 620 (≥ 530) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 20 (≥ 318) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 200 (≥ 347) (*) a annealed. P5 Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: SAW combination: FOX CM 5 Kb CM 5-IG CM 5-UP/BB 24 2-144 . high-alloyed. T5. Uniform copper bonding with low total copper content.7363 GX12CrMo5 ASTM A213 Gr.4 Mn 0.Nr. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. high temperature Description GMAW wire suitable for 5 % Cr 0.7362 X12CrMo5. Tempering at 730-760 °C for at least 1 hr followed by cooling in furnace down to 300 °C and still air.25 % CO2 ø mm 1. Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels. A335 Gr.7373 BÖHLER CM 5-IG GMAW solid wire. particularly in oil refineries. A217 Gr.8 Mo 0.2 Preheating and interpass temperatures 300-350 °C. C5.5 % Mo alloyed steels and steels for hot hydrogen service.: 1.28-96: ER80S-B6 W.08 Si 0. Preferably used for steel grades as X12CrMo5 and P5 at service temperatures up to +600 °C. 730 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + 15 . The wire shows very good feeding characteristics.5 Cr 5. 1.

4903 G CrMo91 ER90S-B9 BÖHLER C 9 MV-IG GMAW solid wire high-alloyed. A335 Gr.Nr. T91 Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: GMAW metal cored wire: SAW combination: FOX C 9 MV C 9 MV-IG C 9 MV-MC C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 2-145 .5 % CO2 Operating Data Shielding gas: Argon + 2.3 Mn 0. T91. P91.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12070: 1999: AWS A5.: 1. Preheating and interpass temperature 200-300 °C. After welding. 2 hrs. 150 °C/hr. creep resistant Description GMAW wire for high temperature. Typical composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature. max.7 Mo 0.4903 X10CrMoVNb9-1 ASTM A199 Gr. The following post weld heat treatment is recommended: annealing 760 °C/min.055 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J a 660 760 17 55 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 520) 620) 16) 50) +20 °C: a annealed 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon +2.28-96: W. A213/213M Gr. 10 hrs.2 Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1.2 Nb 0. creep resistant martensitic 9-12 % chromium steels. Especially designed for the ASTM steels T91/P91.5 Cr 9. For optimised toughness values a welding technology should be applied which produces thin welding layers (approx.12 Si 0. 80 °C/hr.0 Ni 0. heating and cooling rates below 550 °C max. the weld joint should cool down below 80 °C to finish the martensite transformation. above 550 °C max. In case of greater wall thickness or complex components the possibility of residual stresses must be considered.0 1.9 V 0.5 % CO2 ø mm 1. 2 mm).

UDT.g.4 Mn 1. reactor and turbine fabrication.Nr: 1.8 FN 3-8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 350) (≥ 550) (≥ 335) + 20 °C: (≥ 370) .4550 and 1.10 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated.4948 / 304H).5 % CO2 u 400 580 38 120 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + max.) BÖHLER CN 18/11-IG GMAW solid wire.).4949 X3CrNiN18-11 AISI 304H. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. Steels to German material no.4948 X6CrNi18-11. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. can also be welded. in the boiler. Interpass temperature should not exceed 200 °C.2 Preheating is not required. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX E 308 H FOX CN 18/11 GTAW rod: ER 308 H-lG CN 18/11-IG GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD CN 18/11-UP/BB 202 2-146 . 347H Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4466.05 Si 0.5 % CO2 ø mm 1.9-93: ER19-10H W. 1. Approved in long-term condition up to +700 °C service temperature (300 °C in the case of wet corrosion).GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G 19 9 H AWS A5. only in case of wall thickness above 25 mm preheat up to 150 °C. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 2.4 Cr 18.4551 which are approved for the high temperature range up to +550 °C. CL (0011). 1. creep resistant Description GMAW wire with controlled delta ferrite content (3-8 FN) for austenitic CrNi steels with increased carbon contents (e.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals .8 Ni 9. 1.4948 (mod. high-alloyed. 2. 321H.

In case of greater wall thickness or complex components the possibility of residual stresses must be considered. Recommended stick out 18-20 mm and length of arc 3-5 mm. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. T91.2 amps A voltage V 150 . P91.5 % CO2 or Argon + 15 .20 % CO2 ø mm 1. A213/213M Gr.3 Mn 0. Especially designed for the ASTM steels T91/P91. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. T91 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4466.4903 X10CrMoVNb9-1 ASTM A199 Gr. also a decisive influence on toughness values is given by the used shielding gas. Preheating and interpass temperature 200-300 °C. creep resistant martensitic 9-12 % chromium steels. above 550 °C max. 150 °C/hr. high-alloyed. creep resistant Description Metal cored wire for high temperature.10 Si <0.7 Mo 1. 2 mm).Metal cored wires EN 12070: 2000: T CrMo91 AWS A5. Positional weldability of metal cored wires is similar to solid wires.0 V 0. CL (0011). heating and cooling rates below 550 °C max. The following post weld heat treatment is recommended: annealing 760 °C/min. 2 hrs. For optimised toughness values a welding technology should be applied which produces thin welding layers (approx. After welding.5 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 2. angel appr. 80 °). SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX C 9 MV SAW combination: C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: C 9 MV-IG C 9 MV-IG 2-147 . 80 °C/hr. A335 Gr. max.).6 Cr 9.30 Welding with conventional or pulsed power sources (preferably slightly trailing torch position. UDT.290 18 .High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals .0 Ni 0.28-96: EC90S-B9 BÖHLER C 9 MV-MC Metal cored wire.2 Nb 0.055 N 0. 10 hrs.04 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J a 690 760 18 60 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 520) 620) 317) 347) + 20 °C: a annealed 760°C/3 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon + 2. the weld joint should cool down below 80 °C to finish the martensite transformation.

smooth weld finish and safe penetration.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . This wire is designed mainly for downhand and horizontal welding positions. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 u/500 °C 310 440 330 Operating Data re-drying: ø mm amps A voltage V possible. 304H. The weld metal is suitable for service temperatures up to approx.2 125 . 1. The weld deposit is scaling resistant and because of the controlled low delta ferrite content high resistant against sigma phase embrittlement.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V.GMAW Flux cored wires EN 12073:1999: T Z 19 9 H R M 3 T Z 19 9 H R C 3 AWS A5. gasflow should be 15-18 l/min Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. 321H.4878 X12CrNiTi18-9 AISI 304.22-95: E308HT0-4 E308HT0-1 BÖHLER E 308 H-FD GMAW flux cored wire. 80 °). Increased travel speeds as well as little demand for cleaning and pickling provide considerable savings in time and money. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr.4948 / AISI 304H. +700 °C. almost no spatter formation and temper discoloration.1 Cr 19.06 Si 0. 150 °C / 24 h 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.34 shielding gases: Argon + 15 .4 Ni 10.5 Mn 1. high-alloyed.4948 X6CrNi18-11.280 20 . creep resistant Description BÖHLER E 308 H-FD is a flux cored wire with rutile slag characteristic for GMAW of austenitic CrNi steels like 1.1 FN 3-8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u 390 (≥ 350) yield strength Re N/mm2: 585 (≥ 550) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 42 (≥ 330) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 80 (≥ 347) (*) u untreated. This product achieves high productivity and is easy to operate achieving excellent welding characteristics. 347H Approvals and Certificates UDT Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 18/11 FOX E 308 H GTAW rod: CN 18/11-IG ER 308 H-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 18/11-IG GMAW fluxcored wire: E 308 H PW-FD SAW combination: CN 18/11-UP/BB 202 2-148 .

1 FN 3-8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u yield strength Re N/mm2: 390 (≥ 350) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 585 (≥ 550) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 42 (≥ 330) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 90 (≥ 347) (*) u untreated.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible.2 110 .1 Cr 19. It is designed for welding of creep resistant austenitic CrNi-steel like 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. high temperature Description Rutile flux cored welding wire with fast freezing slag providing excellent positional welding characteristics with fast travel speeds. 150 °C / 24 h 1. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. easy operation and safe penetration (reduces the risk of weld defects and associated repair work costs). when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. It is easy to use and operates with a powerful penetrating spray arc transfer and minimum spatter formation. slight weaving is recommended for all welding positions.31 shielding gases: Argon + 15 . and because of the controlled low delta ferrite content high resistant against sigma phase embrittlement.4 Ni 10. and smooth and clean weld finish (less post weld work). as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 u/500 °C 310 440 330 Operating Data re-drying: ø mm amps A voltage V possible. 80 °). Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1.5 Mn 1.4878 X12CrNiTi18-9 AISI 304. 347H Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 18/11 FOX E 308 H CN 18/11-IG ER 308 H-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 18/11-IG GMAW flux-cored wire: E 308 H-FD SAW combination: CN 18/11-UP/BB 202 2-149 . 321H. 1. This flux cored welding wire offers many economical and quality advantages over solid wire pulse arc welding. High deposition rates and productivity gains are easily achievable.22-95: E308HT1-4 E308HT1-1 BÖHLER E 308 H PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire. 304H.210 20 .High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals .4948 X6CrNi18-11.GMAW flux cored wires EN 12073:1999: T Z 19 9 H P M 1 T Z 19 9 H P C 1 AWS A5. The weld deposit is scaling resistant. Additional cost effective benefits are offered through use of less expensive shielding gases. high-alloyed. good wetting characteristics (less grinding). gasflow should be 15-18 l/min. little bead oxidation (less pickling expenses).4989 / AISI 304H and service temperatures up to +700 °C.06 Si 0.

P275T2-P355T2. A217 Gr.620 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air n + a normalised 920 °C and annealed 620 °C Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 . Approved in long-term condition up to + 550 °C service temperature. good wetting and low hydrogen contents (≤ 5 ml/100 g) are further important features. S355J2G3.12 0.08 Si 0. The metallurgical behaviour of the flux BÖHLER BB 24 is neutral.). ÖBB. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 24 see our detailed data sheet. WC1. S275J2G3. F1.40 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated.).50 0.06).High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . A161-94 Gr. as-welded a stress relieved.0 4. S255N. smooth beads.10 1.5 3. T1. API.23-97: AWS A5. B.014. KTA 1408 1 (8058.350 °C.15 Mo 0.10 h 2. DB (52.45 u 470 550 324 140 120 380 347 a 470 550 324 165 n+a ≥ 280 ≥ 440 ≥ 326 ≥ 125 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ + 20 ±0 .5. ageing resistant and steels resistant to caustic cracking. A204M Gr.23M-97: S 2 Mo EA2 SA FB 1 65 DC H5 S 46 4 FB S2Mo F8A4-EA2-A2 F55A4-EA2-A2 BÖHLER EMS 2 Mo // BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode:FOX DMO Kb FOX DMO Ti GTAW rod: DMO-IG GMAW solid wire: Gas welding rod: DMO-IG DMO 2-150 . P315NH-P420NH BHW 2. WB 25. high temperature constructional steels with comparable yield strength 16Mo3. A250M Gr. C.014/1). P275T1-P355T1.SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. A. P315N-P420N. T1. plate and tube steels. P295GH. high temperature Description Sub arc wire/flux combination suited for fine-grained constructional steels of increased strength and for 0. ASTM A335 Gr. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0.5 % Mo alloyed boiler.23-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: AWS A5. UDT. SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (02603. P310GH. P1. P255G1TH.0 Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels. Excellent slag detachability. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A 2. low-alloyed. A182M Gr. 580 . ÜZ (52. The combination is ideally suited for multi-pass welding of thick plates.20 .01).0 max. 2 h .00/8060.25 Mn 1.15 0. 5L: X52-X65 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7810. TÜV-A (391). The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces very good low temperature impact properties down to -40 °C. S275JR.

07 Si 0. P295GH. ageing resistant and steels resistant to caustic cracking. A182M Gr.).). F1. A217 Gr.40 Mn 1.1 1.00/8060. A161-94 Gr. TÜV-A (391). A250M Gr.23M-97: F55A4-EA2-A2 BÖHLER EMS 2 Mo // BB 25 SAW wire/flux-combination. A. DB (52.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . ÜZ (52.20 .014.5 3. TÜV-A (618). S255N. P315NH-P420NH BHW 2.15 0. plate and tube steels.23-97: F8A4-EA2-A2 AWS A5. high temperature Description The sub-arc wire/flux combination is suited for fine-grained constructional steels of increased strength and for 0. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0.014/1). SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DMO Kb FOX DMO Ti GMAW solid wire: DMO-IG Gas welding rod: GTAW rod: DMO DMO-IG 2-151 . Approved in long-term condition up to +550 °C service temperature. WB 25 ASTM A335 Gr. P275T2-P355T2. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 25 see our detailed data sheet. KTA 1408 1 (8058.0 4. ÖBB. P310GH.12 0.5 0. S275JR.0 max.10 h 2. C. UDT. high temperature constructional steels with comparable yield strength 16Mo3. S275J2G3. T1. SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (02603. WC1 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5678. low-alloyed. The flux is active and shows some pick-up of silicon and manganese. P315N-P420N.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 500 600 30 120 100 70 40 (≥ 460) (≥ 530) + 20 ±0 . P1. T1.350 °C. B. P255G1TH.0 Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels. 2 h . as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 .SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 756:2004: S 2 Mo AWS A5.5.06).5 % Mo alloyed boiler.5 Mo 0. A204M Gr. The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces higher strength values with very good low temperature impact properties down to -20 °C. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A 2.01). P275T1-P355T1.40 °C: °C: °C: °C: (*) u untreated. S355J2G3.23-97: EA2 sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: SA FB 1 68 DC H5 wire/flux-combination: EN 756:2004: S 46 3 FB S2Mo AWS A5.

50 0.0 4.7218 25CrMo4. good wetting. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A 3. 2 h .7357 G17CrMo5-5 ASTM A193 Gr. are further important features. and low hydrogen contents (≤ 5 ml/100 g). For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 24 see our detailed data sheet. The combination is ideally suited for multi-pass welding of thick plates. 1. 1. P12.2 1. low-alloyed. Approved in long-term condition up to +570 °C service temperature. TÜV-A (393).45 ≤ 0.5 max. 1. similar alloyed heat treatable steels with tensile strength up to 780 N/mm2. B7.005 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: ≥ 460 tensile strength Rm N/mm2: ≥ 550 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: ≥ 22 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: ≥ 47 (*) a annealed. high temperature Description Sub arc wire / flux combination suited for 1 % Cr 0.23-97: AWS A5. 1.5 % Mo alloyed boiler.1 Mo P As Sb Sn 0.SAW Wire/Fux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12070:1999: AWS A5.7258 24CrMo5.7354 G22CrMo5-4.0 Cr 1.0 Preheating. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment are determined by the base metal. UDT SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (02605.7728 16CrMoV4.: DCMS-IG DCMS EMS 2CrMo / BB25 2-152 . The metallurgical behaviour of the flux BÖHLER BB 24 is neutral.15 0. case hardening and nitriding steels of similar chemical composition. P11 a. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX DCMS Kb FOX DCMS Ti DCMS-IG GMAW solid wire: Gas welding rod: SAW comb.005 ≤ 0. 1. Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels.9 1.). Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0.12 0. steels resistant to caustic cracking 1. 1.23-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: AWS A5. WC6 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7809.7225 42CrMo4.7335 13CrMo4-5.10 h 2. Brucato ≤ 15 ppm.010 ≤ 0.08 Si 0. 680 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air n + a normalised 920 °C and annealed 680 °C/2 h n+a ≥ 330 ≥ 480 330 120 Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 . plate and tube steels.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals .23M-97: S CrMo1 EB2 SA FB 1 65 DC H5 F8P4-EB2-B2 F55P4-EB2-B2 BÖHLER EMS 2 CrMo // BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination. excellent slag detachability.7205 15CrMo5.012 ≤ 0. A335 Gr.350 °C. The sub-arc wire/flux combination produces smooth beads.25 Mn 0. 1. A217 Gr.).

1.7218 25CrMo4.: DCMS-IG DCMS EMS 2CrMo / BB24 2-153 .010 ≤ 0.7205 15CrMo5.7354 G22CrMo5-4.7258 24CrMo5.0 4. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment are determined by the base metal. 1. 1. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 25 see our detailed data sheet.7357 G17CrMo5-5. similar alloyed heat treatable steels with tensile strength up to 780 N/mm2.23-97: EB2 sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: SA FB 1 68 DC H5 wire/flux-combination: AWS A5.25 Mo P As Sb Sn 0. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A 3.7335 13CrMo4-5. 1. steels resistant to caustic cracking 1.012 ≤ 0. 620 °C/1 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 . TÜV-A (393). Approved in long-term condition up to +570 °C service temperature.005 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J a 580 630 24 + 20 °C: 120 . B7.5 max. TÜV-A (620).). low alloyed.).12 0. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. vessel and pipe construction.7225 42CrMo4. P12.23-97: F8P4-EB2-B2 AWS A5. Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels. creep resistant Description This welding consumable is suited for welding of creep resistant boiler plate.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DCMS Kb FOX DCMS Ti GTAW rod: DCMS-IG GMAW solid wire: Gas welding rod: SAW comb. WC6 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5677. Brucato ≤ 15 ppm.40 Mn 0. The flux is active and shows some pick-up of silicon and manganese. 1.5 0.7728 16CrMoV4. A335 Gr.15 1. 1.07 Si 0.35 Cr 1. A217 Gr. 2 h .SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12070:1999: S CrMo1 AWS A5.9 1. P11 a. UDT SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (02605.0 Preheating.5 ≤ 0.350 °C.005 ≤ 0. ABS (X).23M-97: F55P4-EB2-B2 BÖHLER EMS 2 CrMo // BB 25 SAW wire/flux-combination.10 h 2. 1. case hardening and nitriding steels of similar chemical composition.15 0.20 °C: 50 (*) a annealed. ASTM A193 Gr.

1. P22.001 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: ≥ 460 tensile strength Rm N/mm2: ≥ 530 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: ≥ 322 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: ≥ 47 (*) a annealed.10 0.5 max. TÜV-A (393).).350 °C. plate and tube steels and also particularly for cracking plants in the crude oil industry. The deposit is noted for its excellent mechanical properties. 1.00 0. KTA 1408 1 (8060. Easy slag detachability and smooth bead surface are additional quality features of this combination.012 ≤ 0. WC 9 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7812. A217 Gr.6 2. UDT SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (02605.6 0.).SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12070:1999: AWS A5.0 Preheating.005 ≤ 0.23M-97: S CrMo2 EB3 SA FB 1 65 DC H5 F9P2-EB3-B3 F55P0-EB3-B3 BÖHLER CM 2-UP // BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination.11 0. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 24 see our detailed data sheet. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A 3. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CM 2 Kb GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: CM 2-IG CM 2-IG 2-154 .8 Cr 2.7380 10CrMo9-10.7379 G17CrMo9-10 ASTM A335 Gr. interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment are determined by the base metal.015 ≤ 0. Approved in long-term condition up to +600 °C service temperature.07 Si 0. QT-steels similar alloyed up to 980 N/mm2 tensile strength.25 % Cr 1 % Mo alloyed boiler.8075 10CrSiMoV7.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . 670 . Brucato ≤15 ppm. low-alloyed.23-97: AWS A5. nitriding steels 1. similar alloyed case hardening steels.720 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 .10 h 2.95 ≤ 0.0 4.01).25 Mn 0. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0.3 Mo P As Sb Sn 1. Base Materials high temperature steels and similar alloyed cast steels. high temperature Description Sub-arc wire/flux combination suited for 2. 2 h .23-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: AWS A5.

pipe or tube material.0 1. 2-10 h ø mm 2.9 Cr 2.6 V 0.0 kJ/mm.22 0.3 0.05 Mo 1.20 Ti 0. to ASTM A213 code case 2199).5 0.2 2.05 0.05 0.without redrying Preheat and interpass temp.9) Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. Base Materials ASTM A213: P23/T23 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (applied) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX P 23 P 23-IG 2-155 .27 Mn 0.0 Spools K435-70 K435-70 K435-70 From undamaged steel containers .23:1997: Flux EN 760:1996: S ZCrWV2 EG SA FB 1 55 AC BÖHLER P 23-UP/BB 430 Flux/wire-combination low alloyed. creep resistant Description Böhler B 23-UP is a matching filler metal for welding high temperature and creep resistant steels such as HCM2S (P23/T23 acc.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals .: 200-300 °C.0 2.003 0. (2.SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations Wire EN 12070:1999: AWS A5.04 B 0. Heat input ≤ 2. BB 430 is an agglomerated welding flux of the fluoride-basic type with high basicity.5 3.01 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J a ≥ 400 ≥ 600 ≥ 15 ≥ 100 (*) a annealed 740 °C/2 h Operating Data re-drying: 300-350 °C.05 Si 0.

5 2.002 0.10 0. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. The chemistry of the wire will be optimized with respect to the creep rupture properties.0 1.05 Ti 0.0 kJ/mm. Heat input ≤ 2. Base Materials 7CrMoVTiB10-10. Böhler B 430 is an agglomerated welding flux of the fluoride-basic type with high basicity.25 Mn 0. to ASTM A213).: 200-300 °C.75 Cr 2.002 B 0.25 0.6 mm).23:1997 Flux: EN 760:1996: S Z CrMV2 EG SA FB 1 55 AC BÖHLER P 24-UP/BB 430 Flux/wire-combination low alloyed. to ASTM A 213 Draft Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10456.5 3.3-1. Grain size: EN 760: 3-16 (0.24 0.22 Nb 0.55 0.2 Mo 1.002 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J a ≥ 500 ≥ 620 ≥ 15 ≥ 100 (*) a annealed 740°C/ 2 h Operating Data Redrying: 300-350 °C.0 V 0. 2-10 h ø mm 2.SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations Wire: EN 12070:1999: AWS A5.10 Si 0. P24 acc.0 Spools K435-70 K435-70 K435-70 Preheating and interpass temp.002 0. creep resistant Description Böhler P 24-UP is a matching filler metal for welding high temperature and creep resistant steels such as 7CrMoVTiB (P24/T24 acc.) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX P 24 P 24-IG 2-156 .High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals .0 2.05 0.

0 max.5 % Mo alloyed steels.55 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: (*) a annealed 740 °C/4 h/furnace down to a ≥ 450 ≥ 590 ≥ 318 ≥ 347 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 . C5. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CM 5 Kb GTAW rod: CM 5-IG GMAW solid wire: CM 5-IG 2-157 .23-97: AWS A5. 2 h . high-alloyed. A335 Gr.SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12070:1999: AWS A5. High temperature strength at service temperatures up to +600 °C.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals .7362 X12CrMo5. P5 Approvals and Certificates UDT SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (02605.5 Mo 0.350 °C. particularly for hot hydrogen service. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0.). Easy slag detachability and smooth bead surface are additional quality features. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 24 see our detailed data sheet.7363 GX12CrMo5 ASTM A213 Gr. T5.60 0.50 0.75 Cr 5. The weld deposit exhibits good mechanical properties.08 0.5 Mn 0. TÜV-A (393). amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A Preheating and interpass temperature and post weld heat treatment are determined by the base metal. 1.8 5.23M-97: S CrMo5 EB6 SA FB 1 65 DC H5 F9PZ-EB6-B6 F62PZ-EB6-B6 BÖHLER CM 5-UP // BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination.05 Si 0. A217 Gr.10 h 4.23-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: AWS A5.4 0. high temperature Description Sub arc wire /flux combination suited for 5 % Cr 0. Base Materials similar alloyed high temperature steels and cast steels 1.

350 °C.25 0.06 0. heating/ cooling-rates below 550 °C max.30 Mn 0.5 max. max. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX C 9 MV GTAW rod: C 9 MV-IG GMAW solid wire: GMAW metal cored wire: C 9 MV–IG C 9 MV-MC 2-158 .7 Mo 0.20 Nb 0. T91 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09229. T91. UDT. For optimised toughness properties a technology which ensures thin welding layers is recommended.23-97: AWS A5.05 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) a yield strength Re N/mm2: 610 (≥ 550) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 740 (≥ 620) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 20 (≥ 315) impact work ISO-V KV J 40 (*) a annealed.6 Cr 9. A335 Gr. above 550 °C max 80 °C/hr. 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 .11 Si 0. The recommended post weld heat treatment is annealing after welding at 760 °C/min.23-97: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: wire/flux-combination: AWS A5. unfavourable possible stress condition must be considered. 10 hrs. CL (1487). Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature. P91.10 h 2. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A 3.SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12070:1999: AWS A5. For heavier wall thicknesses or stressed components.).High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals .7 0. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 910 see our detailed data sheet. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. After welding the joint should cool down below 80 °C in order to finish the martensitic transformation.0 9. high-alloyed. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. ASTM A335. creep resistant Description Sub-arc wire/flux combination suited for creep resistant 9 % Cr steels.8 V 0.9 0.4903 X10CrMoVNb9-1 ASTM A199 Gr. 150 °C/hr.22 0. 2 hrs.0 Ni 0. The wire and flux are precisely balanced to consistently meet the highest technical requirements. Pipe welds with wall thickness up to 45 mm can be cooled down to room temperature.0 Preheating and interpass temperature 200-300 °C.23M-97: S CrMo91 EB9 SA FB 2 55 DC H5 F9PZ-EB9-B9 F62PZ-EB9-B9 BÖHLER C 9 MV-UP // BB 910 SAW wire/flux-combination. A213/213M Gr. especially for P91 acc. 2 h .6 0.12 0.

5 AWS A5.40 0. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX P 92 GTAW rod: P 92-IG 2-159 . Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels NF 616 ASTM A335 Gr.5 1.SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12070:1999: S Z CrMoWVNb9 0.4 Cr 8. creep resistant Description Sub-arc wire/flux combination designed for 9 % Cr creep resistant steel.5 1.35 Ni 0.350 °C / 2 h . Pipe welds with wall thickness up to 45 mm can be cooled down to room temperature For heavier wall thicknesses or stressed components. T92 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09390.0 max. 2 hrs. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0.. For optimised toughness properties a technology which ensures thin welding layers is recommended. heating/cooling rates below 550 °C max. unfavourable possible stress condition must be considered.45 Mn 0.09 Si 0. Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature. above 550 °C max 80 °C/hr.) sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: SA FB 2 55 DC H5 BÖHLER P 92-UP // BB 910 SAW wire/flux-combination.).6 8.10 h 3.05 0. A213/213M Gr. especially for P92/NF616.04 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) a annealed.5 Nb 0. 760 °C/2 h/furnace down to a 660 (≥ 550) 780 (≥ 620) 320 (≥ 315) 360 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 . The recommended post weld heat treatment is annealing at 760 °C/min.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A Preheating and interpass temperature 200-300 °C.6 Mo 0.40 0. 150 °C/hr. P 92 (T92). 10 hrs. high-alloyed.4 0. After welding the joint should cool down below 80 °C in order to finish the martensite transformation.6 V 0.2 W 1.2 0. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 910 see our detailed data sheet.10 0.23-97: EB9(mod. max.6 0.

0 max. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. Further details on the welding technology available on request. 760 °C/4 h/furnace down to a ≥ 550 ≥ 660 ≥ 315 ≥ 347 300 °C/air Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 .SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12070:1999: S CrMoWV12 sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: SA FB 2 65 DC H5 BÖHLER 20 MVW-UP // BB 24 SAW wire/flux-combination. 1.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . high-alloyed. 20 MVNb).24 0. KTA 1408 1 (8060.7 0.90 0. creep resistant Description Suited for analogous and similar creep resistant steels in turbine and steam boiler construction as well as in the chemical industry.85 Ni 0. Root passes should principally be welded in the martensitic range.). followed by tempering at 760 °C for three minutes / mm wall thickness at least for 2 hours. 1.10 h 3. Approved in long-term condition up to +650 °C service temperature. Lower preheat and interpass temperatures are possible. at 1050 °C for 1/2 hour/oil and annealing at 760 °C for 2 hours.4923 X22CrMoV12-1 1.22 W 0. TÜV-A (393). amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A Preheating and interpass temperature 400-450 °C (austenitic welding) or 250-300 °C (martensitic welding). Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 24 see our detailed data sheet.50 0.01).4 V 0.27 0.45 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) a annealed.4922 X20CrMoV12-1. 2 h . Tempering. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX 20 MVW 20 MVW-IG 2-160 . UDT SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (07813.350 °C.8 Cr 11.4931 GX22CrMoV12-1 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (07813.16 Si 0.3 10. if specified. After welding cooling to 90±10 °C.4913 X19CrMoVNb11-1 (Turbotherm. yet must be approved by practical welding tests and process qualification tests.3 Mn 0.3 Mo 0.).2 0. 1.4935 X20CrMoWV12-1.5 0.

0 max.SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999: S 19 9 H AWS A5.4949 X3CrNiN18-11 AISI 304H.4551 which are approved for the high temperature range up to +550 °C. can also be welded.4 Ni 9. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. 1. Steels to German material no. 321H.350 °C. high-alloyed.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . only in case of wall thickness above 25 mm preheat up to 150 °C. 2 h .05 Si 0. as-welded ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ u 320 550 335 380 + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 . The controlled ferrite content (3-8 FN) ensures hot cracking resistance. creep resistant Description Sub-arc wire/flux combination for high quality joint weld on high temperature austenitic CrNisteels at service temperature up to +700 °C (+300 °C in the case of wet corrosion).6 1. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A Preheating is not required.4948 X6CrNi18-11.05 0. The deposit is insusceptible to sigma phase embrittlement.8 18.10 h 3. 347H Approvals and Certificates UDT Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX E 308 H FOX CN 18/11 GTAW rod: ER 308 H-IG CN 18/11-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 18/11-IG GMAW flux-cored wire: E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD 2-161 .2 Cr 18. Base Materials similar alloyed creep resistant steels 1.4550 and 1. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux BÖHLER BB 202 see our detailed data sheet.3 9.9-93: ER19-10H sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER CN 18/11-UP // BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination. The interpass temperature should not exceed 200 °C.55 Mn 1. 1.3 FN 3-8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.40 0.

12 Si 0. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.5 3. 40 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0146. 36.03). High viscous weld puddle. A283 Gr. C.014. all. same alloyed 16Mo3.15 Mn 1.Nr.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. B.5 % Mo alloyed steels.2-92: R 60-G W. 55. low-alloyed. UDT. Approved in long-term condition up to +500 °C service temperature. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX DMO Kb FOX DMO Ti GTAW rod: DMO-IG GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: DMO-IG EMS 2 Mo/BB 24 EMS 2 Mo/BB 25 2-162 . Easy to operate.: 1./. A285 Gr.). D. high temperature Description Mo-alloyed gas welding rod recommended for mild steels and 0. A414 Gr. A36 Gr.0 Preheating and post weld heat treatment as required by the base metal. P255G1TH.5425 BÖHLER DMO Gas welding rod. C. ÜZ (. 60. as-welded u 330 470 24 60 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 295) 440) 322) 339) + 20 °C: Operating Data ø mm 2. P295GH ASTM A335 Gr. 60. B. P295NH. rod marking: front: O IV back: R60-G Base Materials high temperature steels.0 2.Gas Welding Rod EN 12536:2000: O IV AWS A5.2 4. DB (70. A442 Gr. A570 Gr. 33.0 Mo 0. 60.). ÖBB. A516 Gr.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . P1. A515 Gr. P285NH.

Gas Welding Rod EN 12536:2000: O V AWS A5. ASTM A335 Gr.9 Cr 1. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX DCMS Kb FOX DCMS Ti DCMS-IG GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: DCMS-IG EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo/BB 25 2-163 . 2 h/furnace down to a ≥ 315 ≥ 490 ≥ 318 ≥ 347 300 °C/air Operating Data rod marking: front: OV back: R65-G ø mm 2. 1. steels resistant to caustic cracking 1.Nr. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.: 1.7357 G17CrMo5-5.0 Wall thicknesses over 6 mm should be preheated to 100-200 °C and tempered at 660-700 °C for at least 1/2 hours followed by cooling in still air.7205 15CrMo5.15 Mn 0. 1.). high temperature Description CrMo-alloyed gas welding rod for high temperature boiler and tube steels equivalent to 13CrMo4-5 (1. 16CrMoV4. A217 Gr. B7. A193 Gr. UDT. High viscous weld puddle. Approved in long-term condition up to +500 °C service temperature.7354 G22CrMo5-4. low-alloyed. WC6 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1363.2 Mo 0.High Temperature and Creep-resistant Filler Metals . 680 °C.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: (*) a annealed. P 12. Base Materials high temperature steels same alloyed.7335 13CrMo4-5. P 11 a. 1.5 % Mo).5 3.2-92: R 65-G W.7346 BÖHLER DCMS Gas welding rod.25 % Cr 0.12 Si 0.

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is brought about by Cr contents above 12 %............174 GTAW RODS.. They are primarily used for the fabrication of storage tanks... The corrosion resistance of these steels............... Filler Metals for Stainless and Corrosion Resistant Steels u Objectives This section provides detailed product information for filler metals to join corrosion resistant and highly corrosion resistant steels.... adhesive.... u Contents OVERVIEW .................6........................ etc......... thin passive films..............217 GMAW FLUX CORED WIRES ........................................................................................................................234 SAW WIRE/FLUX-COMBINATIONS .....................................................168 SMAW STICK ELECTRODES .......... reactors and pressure vessels as well as piping systems.......... Mo increases the passivating effect still further....Product Information 2........... the food processing industry...... for offshore engineering.................. Due to their special characteristics austenitic CrNi(Mo) steels are used in the most varied branches like the chemical and petrochemical plant engineering...... It is possible to differentiate between ferritic........... The choice of filler metal and welding technology should be matched to the metallurgical behaviour of the parent metal and the component’s corrosion requirements.. which is based on the passivating effect of chromium due to the formation of dense...................... martensitic and austenitic steels according to the microstructure in the as-used condition................................. the pulp and paper or textile industry..........................250 2-167 ....... shipbuilding seawater desalination.......205 GMAW SOLID WIRES ..................

9-93: ER317LN(mod.) AWS A5.) AWS A5.) AWS A5.) – – AWS A5.4-92: E630-15(mod.4-92: E385-15(mod.9-93: ER2553(mod.9-93: ER347 AWS A5.) AWS A5.) 2-168 .4-92: E318-15 AWS A5.4-92: E317LN-15(mod.) AWS A5.4-92: E347-15 AWS A5.4-92: E2209-15 AWS A5.4-92: E347-17 AWS A5.4-92: E430-15 – – AWS A5.4-92: E316L-17 AWS A5.) GTAW rods CN 13/4-IG EAS 2-IG SAS 2-IG EAS 4 M-IG SAS 4-IG EASN 2 Si-IG ASN 5-IG AM 400-IG EASN 25 M-IG CN 20/25 M-IG CN 22/9 N-IG CN 25/9 CuT-IG EN 12072: W 13 4 EN 12072: W 19 9 L EN 12072: W 19 9 Nb EN 12072: W 19 12 3 L EN 12072: W 19 12 3 Nb EN 12072: W Z 19 13 Si NL EN 12072: W Z 18 16 5 NL EN 12072: W Z 22 17 8 4 NL EN 12072: W 25 22 2 NL EN 12072: W Z 20 25 5 Cu NL EN 12072: W 22 9 3 NL EN 12072: W 25 9 4 NL AWS A5.9-93: ER318 – AWS A5.4-92: E316L-15 AWS A5.4-92: E410NiMo-25 AWS A5.4-92: E318-17 – AWS A5.4-92: E308L-17 AWS A5.4-92: E308L-17 AWS A5.9-93: ER2209 AWS A5.) AWS A5.4-92: E317L-17 AWS A5.9-93: E2553-15(mod.4-92: E2209-17 AWS A5.4-92: E316L-17 AWS A5.4-92: E317LN-17(mod.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN SMAW stick electrodes FOX CN 13/4 FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA FOX KW 10 FOX SKWA FOX SKWAM FOX CN 16/6 M-HD FOX CN 17/4 PH FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A FOX EAS 2-VD FOX SAS 2 FOX SAS 2-A FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX EAS 4 M-TS FOX SAS 4 FOX SAS 4-A FOX EAS 2 Si FOX E317 L FOX ASN 5 FOX ASN 5-A FOX AM 400 FOX EASN 25 M FOX CN 20/25 M FOX CN 20/25 M-A FOX CN 22/9 N-B FOX CN 22/9 N FOX CN 25/9CuT EN 1600: E 13 4 B 6 2 EN 1600: E 13 4 B 4 2 EN 1600: E 13 B 2 2 EN 1600: E 17 B 2 2 EN 1600: E Z 17 Mo B 2 2 EN 1600: E Z 16 6 Mo B 6 2 H5 EN 1600: E Z 17 4 Cu B 4 3 H5 EN 1600: E 19 9 L B 2 2 EN 1600: E 19 9 L R 3 2 EN 1600: E 19 9 L R 1 5 EN 1600: E 19 9 Nb B 2 2 EN 1600: E 19 9 Nb R 3 2 EN 1600: E 19 12 3 LB 2 2 EN 1600: E 19 12 3 L R 3 2 EN 1600: E 19 12 3 L R 1 5 EN 1600: E 19 12 3 L R 1 2 EN 1600: E 19 12 3 Nb B 2 2 EN 1600: E 19 12 3 Nb R 3 2 EN 1600: E Z 19 14 Si B 2 2 – EN 1600: E 18 16 5 N L B 2 2 EN 1600: E 18 16 5 N L R 3 2 EN 1600: E Z 22 18 4 L B 2 2 EN 1600: EZ 25 22 2 NL B 2 2 EN 1600: E 20 25 5 Cu N L B 2 2 EN 1600: E 20 25 5 Cu N L R 3 2 EN 1600: E 22 9 3 L B 2 2 EN 1600: E 22 9 3 L R 3 2 EN 1600: E 25 9 4 N L B 2 2 AWS AWS A5.9-93: ER316L AWS A5.4-92: E410NiMo-15 AWS A5.4-92: E316L-16(mod.4-92: E308L-15 AWS A5.9-93: ER410 NiMo(mod.) AWS A5.9-93: ER385(mod.4-92: E410-15(mod.) AWS A5.9-93: ER308L AWS A5.) – – AWS A5.4-92: E385-17(mod.

12 0.03 0.5 25.7 + + + 0.8 19.7 0.5 19.5 0.3 1.3 0.03 0.7 4.8 9.8 0.5 6.5 11.7 1.6 0.8 1.14 0.0 11.22 1.0 18.4 0.8 2.03 0.0 17.5 10.4 0.0 20.8 13.03 ≤0.6 2-169 .22 0.7 0.7 + 0.7 1.4 8.5 0.12 0.4 0.5 0.7 2.5 25.04 0.08 0.03 0.5 0.0 19.5 25.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler C Si SMAW stick electrodes FOX CN 13/4 FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA FOX KW 10 FOX SKWA FOX SKWAM FOX CN 16/6 M-HD FOX CN 17/4 PH FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A FOX EAS 2-VD FOX SAS 2 FOX SAS 2-A FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX EAS 4 M-TS FOX SAS 4 FOX SAS 4-A FOX EAS 2 Si FOX E317L FOX ASN 5 FOX ASN 5-A FOX AM 400 FOX EASN 25 M FOX CN 20/25 M FOX CN 20/25 M-A FOX CN 22/9 N-B FOX CN 22/9 N FOX CN 25/9CuT 0.0 18.5 3.4 0.5 19.0 9.7 1.035 ≤0.0 11.8 9.4 16.5 10.0 2.5 Mn 0.2 3.0 1.3 0.8 0.5 0.8 0.3 0.3 1.02 0.1 Cr 12.5 4.03 0.0 Ni 4.13 0.22 1.4 1.03 0.0 20.8 1.5 14.0 25.2 + + 2.0 25.8 18.02 0.03 ≤0.3 0.0 22.2 3.02 0.1 0.9 10.6 1.02 0.7 12.8 0.3 0.3 0.14 0.7 2.0 19.0 20.0 17.8 0.3 22.8 19.02 0.0 19.2 0.4 0.5 T N Cu Co 5.6 0.4 4.5 + 2.8 25.5 17.1 0.8 1.025 ≤0.3 0.02 0.7 0.03 0.03 0.0 4.5 0.0 21.5 0.1 7.02 0.3 0.5 19.0 23.4 0.5 10.03 0.8 0.3 20.5 5.5 11.7 1.2 10.2 6.03 0.025 0.8 4.2 3.2 0.7 2.5 1.7 1.7 2.13 0.3 0.2 0.035 0.2 6.5 19.4 0.05 0.0 15.17 0.8 1.7 0.015 0.5 13.5 6.0 21.5 22.5 18.03 0.3 0.5 11.22 0.7 2.0 19.8 0.5 16.0 9.15 0.0 18.5 23.8 0.04 ≤0.03 ≤0.7 0.03 0.0 19.6 4.7 GTAW rods CN 13/4-IG EAS 2-IG SAS 2-IG EAS 4 M-IG SAS 4-IG EASN 2 Si-IG ASN 5-IG AM 400-IG EASN 25 M-IG CN 20/25 M-IG CN 22/9 N-IG CN 25/9 CuT-IG 0.5 17.5 4.0 16.8 4.5 19.0 25.7 0.5 Mo Nb 0.7 3.3 11.04 ≤0.8 12.03 <0.5 18.7 0.4 0.17 0.7 1.02 0.7 0.7 0.20 0.2 3.04 ≤0.7 5.9 0.2 3.6 0.5 12.2 3.5 4.4 0.7 0.5 13.2 0.6 0.8 19.5 0.3 0.5 18.04 ≤0.6 2.15 0.8 19.6 2.7 10.5 0.3 4.2 12.6 0.7 0.7 2.03 0.035 ≤0.0 8.16 0.16 0.1 3.8 0.03 0.0 7.6 0.4 0.08 0.

22-95: AWS A5.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN GMAW solid wires KW 5 Nb-IG CAT 430 L Cb-IG CAT 439 L Ti-IG CN 13/4-IG KW 10-IG KWA-IG SKWA-IG SKWAM-IG EAS 2-IG (Si) SAS 2-IG (Si) EAS 4 M-IG (Si) SAS 4-IG (Si) ASN 5-IG (Si) AM 400-IG CN 20/25 M-IG (Si) CN 22/9 N-IG CN 25/9 CuT-IG EN 12072: G Z 13 Nb L EN 12072: G Z 18 Nb L EN 12072: G Z 18 Ti L EN 12072: G 13 4 EN 12072: G Z 13 EN 12072: G 17 EN 12072: G Z 17 Ti EN 12072: G Z 17 Mo H EN 12072: G 19 9 L Si EN 12072: G 19 9 NbSi EN 12072: G 19 12 3 L Si EN 12072: G 19 12 3 NbSi EN 12072: G Z 18 16 5 NL EN 12072: G Z 22 17 8 4 NL EN 12072: G Z 20 25 5 Cu NL EN 12072: G 22 9 3 NL EN 12072: G 25 9 4 NL (continued) AWS AWS A5.) ER430(mod.22-95: EC410NiMo(mod.9-93: AWS A5.22-95: AWS A5.22-95: AWS A5.) E308LT0-4 E308LT0-1 E308LT1-4 E308LT1-1 E347T0-4 E347T0-1 E347T1-4 E347T1-1 E316LT0-4 E316LT0-1 E316LT1-4 E316LT1-1 AWS A5.) EC410NiMo(mod.) EC308L(mod.9-93: AWS A5.9-93: AWS A5.) ER410NiMo (mod.9-93: AWS A5.9-93: AWS A5.) ER317LN(mod.) ER2209 ER2553(mod.9-93: AWS A5.22-95: E317LT0-4 E317LT0-1 E317LT1-4 E317LT1-1 E2209T0-4 E2209T0-1 AWS A5.9-93: AWS A5.9-93: ER409 Cb ER430(mod.) ER385(mod.22-95: AWS A5.9-93: – AWS A5.22-95: AWS A5.22-95: AWS A5.9-93: – AWS A5.9-93: AWS A5.) EC316L(mod.22-95: E2209T1-4 E2209T1-1 2-170 .9-93: AWS A5.) ER308LSi ER347Si ER316LSi ER318(mod.9-93: AWS A5.22-95: AWS A5.9-93: AWS A5.9-93: AWS A5.) ER430(mod.) ER430(mod.) GMAW flux cored wires CN 13/4-MC CN 13/4-MC (F) EAS 2-MC EAS 4M-MC EAS 2-FD EAS 2 PW-FD SAS 2-FD SAS 2 PW-FD EAS 4 M-FD EAS 4 PW-FD SAS 4-FD SAS 4 PW-FD E 317L-FD E 317L PW-FD CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: EN 12073: T 13 4 MM 2 T 13 4 MM 2 T 19 9 L MM 1 T 19 12 3 L MM 1 T 19 9 L R M 3 T 19 9 L R C 3 T 19 9 L P M 1 T 19 9 L P C 1 T 19 9 Nb R M 3 T 19 9 Nb R C 3 T 19 9 Nb P M 1 T 19 9 Nb P C 1 T 19 12 3 L R M 3 T 19 12 3 L R C 3 T 19 12 3 L P M 1 T 19 12 3 L P C 1 T 19 12 3 Nb R M 3 T 19 12 3 Nb R C 3 T 19 12 3 Nb R M 1 T 19 12 3 Nb R C 1 TZ 19 13 4 L R M 3 TZ 19 13 4 L R C 3 TZ 19 13 4 L P M 1 TZ 19 13 4 L P C 1 T 22 9 3 LN R M 3 T 22 9 3 LN R C 3 T 22 9 3 LN P M 1 T 22 9 3 LN P C 1 AWS A5.22-95: AWS A5.9-93: AWS A5.9-93: AWS A5.22-95: AWS A5.22-95: AWS A5.) ER410(mod.22-95: AWS A5.

7 11.02 0.6 0.03 ≤0.6 0.7 1.6 0.2 12.6 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.3 3.0 20.03 0.7 + 0.7 2-171 .5 25.0 21.6 0.7 0.2 19.8 0.3 Ni Mo Nb + >12xC Ti N Cu T >12xC 4.03 0.8 0.13 0.6 0.5 1.03 0.03 0.6 25.9 1.7 2.12 0.0 19.3 1.8 18.03 0.6 0.4 1.3 Mn 0.2 3.8 Cr 11.7 2.2 10.8 9.6 0.4 8.5 17.0 9.1 10.07 0.7 0.3 9.5 17.0 19.5 + 1.0 12.03 0.22 0.4 1.2 9.8 0.8 19.6 0.7 0.15 0.015 0.03 0.0 18.0 22.3 13.8 0.6 0.7 4.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler C GMAW solid wires KW 5 Nb-IG CAT 430 L Cb-IG CAT 439 L Ti-IG CN 13/4-IG KW 10-IG KWA-IG SKWA-IG SKWAM-IG EAS 2-IG (Si) SAS 2-IG (Si) EAS 4 M-IG (Si) SAS 4-IG (Si) ASN 5-IG (Si) AM 400-IG CN 20/25 M-IG (Si) CN 22/9 N-IG CN 25/9 CuT-IG 0.9 0.4 10.2 0.0 19.6 6.4 19.4 18.8 2.8 18.2 3.5 1.5 18.9 12.3 14.0 19.13 + + + + 0.0 19.7 0.02 0.035 ≤0.7 22.16 0.5 4.7 1.5 22.4 7.5 1.9 0.02 0.20 0.5 0.5 0.7 0.035 0.1 0.03 0.5 18.8 0.8 19.7 0.0 12.7 0.7 0.7 0.06 0.6 4.2 10.4 3.7 0.7 0.7 1.5 1.4 12.02 0.4 1.03 ≤0.0 18.02 0.08 0.5 + 2.8 0.2 12.2 3.6 0.03 0.3 1.0 12.6 GMAW flux cored wires CN 13/4-MC CN 13/4-MC (F) EAS 2-MC EAS 4M-MC EAS 2-FD EAS 2 PW-FD SAS 2-FD SAS 2 PW-FD EAS 4 M-FD EAS 4 PW-FD SAS 4-FD SAS 4 PW-FD E 317L-FD E 317L PW-FD CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD 0.9 0.6 2.035 0.03 0.2 13.03 ≤0.6 0.5 17.6 0.7 0.22 1.6 0.7 0.8 11.6 3.7 0.5 0.7 0.0 2.5 17.4 1.0 12.5 20.3 1.8 4.3 1.03 0.8 18.7 1.7 1.03 0.0 7.02 (continued) Si 0.6 10.03 0.3 0.2 10.5 17.05 <0.4 3.8 19.03 ≤0.6 2.025 ≤0.

) – – ER308L ER308L ER347 ER347 ER316L ER316L ER318 ER318 ER317L – ER317LN(mod.9-93: AWS: AWS A5.9-93: AWS: AWS A5.9-93: AWS: AWS A5.9-93: AWS: ER410NiMo(mod.9-93: AWS: AWS A5.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN SAW wire/flux-combinations CN 13/4-UP CN 13/4-UP/BB 203 SKWAM-UP SKWAM-UP/BB 203 EAS 2-UP EAS 2-UP/BB 202 SAS 2-UP SAS 2-UP/BB 202 EAS 4 M-UP EAS 4 M-UP/BB 202 SAS 4-UP SAS 4-UP/BB 202 ASN 5 SY-UP/BB 202 ASN 5 SY-UP/BB 202 ASN 5-UP ASN 5-UP/BB 203 CN 22/9 N-UP CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 EN 12072: S 13 4 EN 12072/760: S 13 4 / SA FB 2 EN 12072: S 17 Mo H EN 12072/760: SA FB 2 DC EN 12072: S 19 9 L EN 12072/760: S 19 9 L / SA FB 2 EN 12072: S 19 9 Nb EN 12072/760: S 19 9 Nb / SA FB 2 EN 12072: S 19 12 3 L EN 12072/760: S 19 12 3L / SA FB 2 EN 12072: S 19 12 3 Nb EN 12072/760: S 19 12 3Nb/SA FB 2 EN 12072: – EN 12072/760: SA FB 2 DC EN 12072: S 18 16 5 NL EN 12072/760: S 18 16 5 NL / SA FB 2 EN 12072: S 22 9 3 NL EN 12072/760: S 22 9 3NL/SA FB 2 (continued) AWS AWS A5.9-93: AWS: AWS A5.) ER2209 ER2209 2-172 .9-93: AWS: AWS A5.) ER410NiMo(mod.9-93: AWS: AWS A5.9-93: AWS: AWS A5.) ER317LN(mod.

5 18.7 2.8 19.2 12.75 0.02 ≤0.40 0.6 18.5 23.55 0.5 19.7 3.9 0.5 1.1 1.8 19.05 0.6 0.7 1.5 13.2 12.025 ≤0.8 4.0 18.8 9.3 1.55 0.5 4.5 Ni 4.16 0.1 0.02 ≤0.50 0.5 1.6 3.8 9.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler C Si Mn SAW wire/flux-combinations CN 13/4-UP CN 13/4-UP/BB 203 SKWAM-UP SKWAM-UP/BB 203 EAS 2-UP EAS 2-UP/BB 202 SAS 2-UP SAS 2-UP/BB 202 EAS 4 M-UP EAS 4 M-UP/BB 202 SAS 4-UP SAS 4-UP/BB 202 ASN 5 SY-UP ASN 5 SY-UP/BB 202 ASN 5-UP ASN 5-UP/BB 203 CN 22/9 N-UP CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 ≤0.2 11.60 0.02 0.60 0.14 2-173 .4 11.3 9.02 0.50 2.60 0.02 ≤0.02 ≤0.02 0.7 1.3 1.65 0.045 ≤0.20 0.0 8.45 0.7 2.5 16.015 0.5 0.65 0.0 16.0 18.3 1.15 0.0 3.15 ≤0.7 Mo Nb 0.5 12.7 0.3 19.5 9.2 3.6 0.5 0.1 19.6 0.3 18.5 19.3 (continued) Cr 12.4 13.0 4.025 0.8 2.3 1.02 ≤0.0 22.2 5.15 0.45 0.50 0.6 1.0 4.45 0.20 0.03 ≤0.5 20.6 0.14 0.7 1.4 16.03 ≤0.1 17.7 1.7 1.03 0.7 1.6 0.70 0.1 Ti N Cu 9.

1. Resistant to corrosion from water. Excellent operating characteristics. BÖHLER FOX CN 13/4 as well as the GTAW-rod BÖHLER CN 13/4-IG and the analogous GMAW wire are very popular in the construction of hydro turbines. 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 13/4 410 NiMo-25 E 13 4 B ø mm L mm amps A 2.2 Ni 4. 1.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u 890 1090 12 + 20 °C: 32 . SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA GTAW rod: CN 13/4-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 13/4-IG Metal cored wire: SAW combination: CN 13/4-MC CN 13/4-MC (F) CN 13/4-UP/BB 203 2-174 .5 350 60 . UDT.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 13 4 B 6 2 AWS A5.220 Preheating and interpass temperatures of heavy-wall components 100 .4313 X3CrNiMo13-4. as-welded. Maximum heat input 15 kJ/cm. 600 °C/2 h/air. Mainly used in the construction of hydro turbines.130 4.4317 GX4CrNi13-4. S41500 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (3232. high-alloyed.170 5.4414 GX4CrNiMo13-4 ACI Gr. 950 °C/0. Metal recovery approx.). stainless Description Basic coated low-hydrogen electrode suited for similar soft martensitic and martensitic-ferritic rolled. Thanks to an optimum balance of alloying components the weld deposit yields very good ductility and toughness & cracking resistance despite of its high strength. min.620 °C. and cast steels.5 Mo 0.3 Mn 0.035 Si 0. CA 6 NM.0 450 160 .60 °C: (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 830) 1000) 338) 324) a 680 910 17 66 55 50 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 610) 830) 315) 347) q 670 850 18 95 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 560) 780) 316) 360) u untreated. steam and sea water atmosphere. Positional weldability is offered up to ø 3.5 Cr 12.4-92: E 410 NiMo-25 BÖHLER FOX CN 13/4 SMAW stick electrode. easy slag removal. Base Materials 1. a annealed. and smooth bead appearance. LTSS. compressors.0 450 120 .4351 X3CrNi13-4.20 °C: . forged.160 °C. 1. Post weld heat treatment at 580 .350 °C.2 450 90 . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.190 3.2 mm electrodes. q: quenched/tempered. 130 %.5 h/air + 600 °C/2 h/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300 .

6 Cr 12. and cast steels. and sea water atmosphere. as-welded a annealed.60 °C: (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 830) 1000) 338) 330) a 680 930 18 70 60 55 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 610) 830) 315) 355) q 670 850 18 105 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 560) 760) 316) 370) (*) u untreated. 2 h 3.5 Ni 4.).5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 880 1060 13 + 20 °C: 35 . Out of position weldable except vertical down.03 Si 0.4313 X3CrNiMo13-4. stainless Description Basic coated core wire alloyed low-hydrogen electrode suited for welding similar soft-martensitic and martensitic-ferritic rolled. smooth bead appearance. 1.4317 GX4CrNi13-4. Excellent slag removability. min.5 Mo 0.160 °C.350 °C.4414 GX4CrNiMo13-4 ACI Gr.620 °C.5 h/air + 600 °C/2 h/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A 300 .0 350 120 . Thanks to an optimum balance of alloying components the weld deposit yields very good ductility and toughness & cracking resistance despite of its high strength. compressors. 1. forged. S41500 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (9081.20 °C: . Maximum heat input 15 kJ/cm.110 electrode identification: 4. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 13/4 GTAW rod: CN 13/4-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 13/4-IG Metal cored wire: SAW combination: CN 13/4-MC CN 13/4-MC (F) CN 13/4-UP/BB 203 2-175 . Base Materials 1. steam. 600 °C/2 h/air q quenched/tempered . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.4-92: E 410 NiMo-15 BÖHLER FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA SMAW stick electrode.2 350 90 . Mainly used in the construction of hydro turbines. 950 °C/0.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 13 4 B 4 2 AWS A5.3 Mn 0. CA 6 NM. Post weld heat treatment at 580 . UDT. 1. high-alloyed. Resistant to corrosion from water.4351 X3CrNi13-4.145 FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA 410NiMo-15 E 13 4 B Preheating and interpass temperatures of heavy-wall components 100 .

5 3. As a general rule it can be observed that the higher the degree of dilution and the C-content of the base metal.100 110 . unalloyed and low-alloyed joint welds: corrosion resistant Cr-steels as well as other similar-alloyed steels with C-contents ≤ 0. the higher the deposit hardness. high-alloyed. as-welded a annealed. stainless Description Basic coated core wire alloyed low-hydrogen electrode with good operating characteristics in all positions except vertical-down. 750 °C/2 h/furnace u a 530 700 17 210 (≥ 450) (≥ 640) (≥ 315) 350 The hardness of the deposit ist greatly influenced by the degree of dilution with the base metal (depending on the relevant welding conditions) and by its chemical composition.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 13 B 2 2 AWS A5. Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 120 .) BÖHLER FOX KW 10 SMAW stick electrode. post weld heat treatment at 700 . In the machined condition.750 °C depending on the weld job. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.08 Si 0. heat resistant Cr-steels of similar chemical composition. Be careful with dilution and welding technology. Preheating and interpass temperature 200 . 2 h electrode identification: FOX KW 10 E 13 B ø mm 2. water and steam valves to meet stainless and wear resistant overlays for instance. 1.4021 X20Cr13 AISI 410. 420 Approvals and Certificates UDT.7 Mn 0. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GMAW solid wire: KW 10-IG 2-176 . min. 1. stainless and heat resistant chromium steels provides matching colour of weld metal with very good ability to polishing.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 60 .200 °C. scaling resistant up to +900 °C.4-92: E 410-15 (mod. Retention of hardness up to +450 °C.180 80 .2 4.20 % (repair welding).4006 X12Cr13.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Brinell-hardness HB: (*) u untreated. at least a two layer build up should remain.8 Cr 13. Joint welding of similar.300 °C. Mainly used for surfacing on sealing faces of gas.130 Base Materials surfacings: all weldable backing materials.

3 Mn 0. stainless Description Basic coated core wire alloyed low-hydrogen electrode with good operating characteristics in all positions except vertical-down.00). Joint welding of similar. Hydrogen content in weld deposit < 5 ml/100 g. post weld heat treatment at 730 . stainless and heat resistant chromium steels provides matching colour of weld metal with very good ability to polishing. In the machined condition.4510 X3CrTi17 AISI 430Ti.5 3. unalloyed and low-alloyed.20 % (repair welding).800 °C. joint welds: corrosion resistant Cr-steels as well as other similar-alloyed steels with C-contents up to 0.0 L mm 300 350 350 450 amps A 60 . SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SKWAM GMAW solid wire: KWA-IG SKWA-IG SKWAM-IG 2-177 .4-92: E 430-15 BÖHLER FOX SKWA SMAW stick electrode. as-welded a annealed. the higher the deposit hardness. high-alloyed.300 °C. 1. Base Materials surfacings: all weldable backing materials.1 (8098.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 17 B 2 2 AWS A5.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Brinell-hardness HB: (*) u untreated.0 5.180 80 . UDT.200 °C. Be careful with dilution and welding technology.2 4.140 140 . water and steam valves to meet stainless and wear resistant overlays for instance. 431 Approvals and Certificates KTA 1408.3 Cr 17. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.180 The hardness of the deposit ist greatly influenced by the degree of dilution with the base metal (depending on the relevant welding conditions) and by its chemical composition. 2 h electrode identification: FOX SKWA 430-15 E 17 B ø mm 2.08 Si 0. As a general rule it can be observed that the higher the degree of dilution and the C-content of the base metal. Preheating and interpass temperature 200 . min. at least a two layer build up should remain. Mainly used for surfacing on sealing faces of gas. 750 °C/2 h/furnace u a 370 560 23 200 (≥ 340) (≥ 530) (≥ 318) 250 Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 120 .110 110 .

stainless and heat resistant chromium steels provides matching colour of weld metal with very good ability to polishing. with temperatures between 100 and 200 °C being generally sufficient (for joint welding operations 250 .22 Si 0.180 80 . Weld metal retention of hardness up to +500 °C.08).3 a 250 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Brinell-hardness HB: (*) u untreated. Mainly used for surfacing on sealing faces of gas.2 4.1 (8043. ÜZ (30014).200 °C. 2 h electrode identification: FOX SKWAM E Z 17 Mo B ø mm 2. 700° C/2 h/furnace Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 120 . as-welded a annealed. Hydrogen content in weld deposit <5 ml/100 g. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GMAW solid wire: FOX SKWA KWA-IG SKWA-IG SKWAM-IG 2-178 .110 110 . In the machined condition.0 u 400 Mo 1.4 Cr 17.01).0 5. Joint welding of similar. DB (30. The hardness of the deposit ist greatly influenced by the degree of dilution with the base metal (depending on the relevant welding conditions) and by its chemical composition.12-20. the higher the deposit hardness. unalloyed and low-alloyed. water and steam valves to meet stainless and wear resistant overlays for instance. joint welds: corrosion resistant Cr-steels as well as other similar-alloyed steels with C-contents up to 0. at least a two layer build up should remain.5 3. As a general rule it can be observed that the higher the degree of dilution and the C-content of the base metal. UDT.0 L mm 300 350 350 450 amps A 60 . stainless Description Basic coated core wire alloyed low-hydrogen electrode with good operating characteristics in all positions except vertical-down.180 Preheating as required by the base metal. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.014. Scaling resistant up to +900 °C. Base Materials surfacings: all weldable backing materials. ÖBB. Be careful with dilution and welding technology Approvals and Certificates KTA 1408. min.014.750 °C may be carried out to improve the toughness values in the weld metal and in the transition zone of the base metal.4 Mn 0.140 140 . high-alloyed.20 % (repair welding).400 °C). Annealing at 650 .Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E Z 17 Mo B 2 2 BÖHLER FOX SKWAM SMAW stick electrode.

Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes
EN 1600:1997: E Z 16 6 Mo B 6 2 H5

BÖHLER FOX CN 16/6 M-HD
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, corrosion resistant

Description
Basic coated, high efficiency electrode for welding of soft martensitic forged and cast steels. The high chromium content enhances the corrosion resistance in water, steam and sea atmosphere. Main applications are found in turbines, pumps-and combustion building. Popular in hydro turbine engineering. The electrode shows very good features in regard to arc stability, weld puddle control, slag detachability and seam cleanliness. Suitable for all positions except vertical down (positional welding up to ø 3.2 mm). Metal recovery approx. 135 %. Low hydrogen is a essential and necessary prerequisite of this product.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.03 Si 0.3 Mn 0.6 Cr 15.5 Ni 5.8 Mo 1.1

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) u s1 s2 s yield strength Re N/mm2: 520 650 640 680 tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 1050 920 920 880 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 13 15 16 24 hardness Hv HV10: 370 340 330 295 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 28 42 48 75 (*) u untreated, as-welded s1 annealed, 580 °C/4 h/air s2 annealed, 590 °C/8 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air s solution annealed, 1030 °C/1 h/air + 590 °C/8 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air
The hardness of the deposit ist greatly influenced by the degree of dilution with the base metal (depending on the relevant welding conditions) and by its chemical composition. As a general rule it can be observed that the higher the degree of dilution and the C-content of the base metal, the higher the deposit hardness. The maximum interpass temperature should not exceed +120 °C.

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: 300 - 350 °C, min 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 16/6 M-HD EZ16 6 Mo B ø mm 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 L mm 350 450 450 450 amps A 70 - 195 110 - 140 140 - 180 180 - 230

Base Materials
soft-martensitic forge steels and cast steels, same-alloyed 1.4405 GX5CrNiMo16-5, 1.4418 X4CrNiMo16-5

Approvals and Certificates
UDT, SEPROZ

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EN 1600:1997: E Z 17 4 Cu B 4 3 H5 AWS A5.4-92: E630-15 (mod.)

BÖHLER FOX CN 17/4 PH
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, corrosion resistant

Description
Basic coated electrode with strength properties for joint and fabrication welding of analogous precipitation hardening Cr-Ni-Cu-alloyed rolled-, forged- and cast steels. Popular for components in the paper industry, rotors of compressors, fan blades, press plates in the plastic processing industry and for the aerospace industry. The electrode shows very good features in regard to arc stability, weld puddle control, slag detachability and seam cleanliness. Lowest hydrogen content in the deposit is a prerequisite (HD < 5 ml/100 g). The electrode is suitable for welding in all positions except vertical down. The interpass temperature has to be kept very low (max. 80 °C). With the use of the proper PWHT (solution annealing + precipitation hardening impact values down to -50 °C are still achievable).

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.04 Si 0.3 Mn 0.6 Cr 16.0 Ni 4.9 Mo 0.4 Cu 3.2 Nb 0.2

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: hardness HRC: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u a2 s1 s2 u a1 a2 a3 s1 s2 440 940 830 630 920 650 800 1030 1110 940 1030 890 4 10 8 15 17 18 32-39 37-40 – 29-31 – 27-29 + 20 °C: 35-40 20 15 24-30 60-66 69-75 - 50 °C: 55 untreated, as-welded a1 annealed, 540 °C/3 h/air annealed, 480 °C/1 h/air a3 annealed, 760 °C/2 h/air + 620 °C/4 h/air solution annealed, 1040 °C/2 h/air + 580 °C/4 h/air solution annealed, 1040 °C/0.5 h/air + 760 °C/2 h/air + 620 °C/4 h/air

The hardness of the deposit ist greatly influenced by the degree of dilution with the base metal (depending on the relevant welding conditions) and by its chemical composition. As a general rule it can be observed that the higher the degree of dilution and the C-content of the base metal, the higher the deposit hardness.

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: 300 - 350 °C, min. 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 17/4 PH E Z 17 4 Cu B ø mm 3.2 4.0 L mm 350 350 amps A 90 - 110 120 - 140

Base Materials
precipitation hardening forged steels and cast steels, same-alloyed 1.4540 X4CrNiCuNb16-4, 1.4540 GX4CrNiCuNb16-4, 1.4542 X5CrNiCuNb16-4, 1.4548 X5CrNiCuNb17-4-4 J92180 Gr. CB Cu-1; S17400 Type 630; SAE J467 17-4PH

Approvals and Certificates
UDT, SEPROZ

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EN 1600:1997: E 19 9 L B 2 2 AWS A5.4-92: E 308L-15

BÖHLER FOX EAS 2
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant

Description
Basic coated core wire alloyed stainless steel electrode with low carbon content. Preferably used for 1.4306 / 304L / 304LN steel grades. Designed to produce high quality weld deposit with reliable toughness values down to –196 °C. 100 % X-ray safety together with very good root pass and positional welding characteristics. Good gap bridging ability, easy weld pool and slag control. Easy slag removal even in narrow preparations result in clean bead surfaces with minimum post weld cleaning. Resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +350 °C. Ideal electrode for welding on site. Electrodes are packed in hermetically sealed tins and have a moisture resistant coating.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.03 Si 0.4 Mn 1.3 Cr 19.5 Ni 10.5

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated, as-welded u 430 580 42 100 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 520) 335) 390) 334)

+ 20 °C: - 196 °C:

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: – electrode identification: FOX EAS 2 308L-15 E 19 9 L B ø mm 2.5 3.2 4.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 50 - 180 80 - 110 110 - 140

Base Materials
1.4306 X2CrNi19-11, 1.4301 X5CrNi18-10, 1.4311 X2CrNiN18-10, 1.4312 GX10CrNi18-8, 1.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10, 1.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10, 1.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10 AISI 304, 304L, 304LN, 302, 321, 347; ASTM A157 Gr. C9; A320 Gr. B8C o. D

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D (0152.), DB (30.014.10), ÜZ (30.014), ÖBB, TÜV-A (95), CL (1407), Statoil, UDT, SEPROZ

Same Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 2-A FOX EAS 2-VD GTAW rod: EAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: EAS 2-IG (Si) Metal cored wire: Flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS EAS EAS EAS 2-MC 2-FD 2 PW-FD 2-UP/BB 202

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EN 1600:1997: E 19 9 L R 3 2 AWS A5.4-92: E 308L-17

BÖHLER FOX EAS 2-A
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant

Description
Rutile coated core wire alloyed stainless steel electrode. Preferably used for 1.4306 / 304L / 304LN steel grades. BÖHLER FOX EAS 2-A is noted for its superior welding characteristics and metallurgy. Can be used on AC or DC. Other characteristics include high current carrying capacity, minimum spatter formation, self releasing slag, smooth and clean weld profile, safety against formation of porosity due to moisture resistant coating and packaging into hermetically sealed tins. Resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +350 °C.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.03 Si 0.8 Mn 0.8 Cr 19.8 Ni 10.2

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 430 560 40 70 sa (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 520) 335) 347) 332) (≥ 332)

+ 20 °C: - 120 °C: - 196 °C:

(*) u untreated, as-welded sa solution annealed and quenched

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: 120 - 200 °C, min. 2 h electrode identification: FOX EAS 2-A 308L-17 E 19 9 L R ø mm 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 L mm amps A 250 25 - 140 300 40 - 160 250/350 50 - 190 350 80 - 120 350 110 - 160 450 140 - 200

Base Materials
1.4306 X2CrNi19-11, 1.4301 X5CrNi18-10, 1.4311 X2CrNiN18-10, 1.4312 GX10CrNi18-8, 1.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10, 1.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10, 1.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10 AISI 304, 304L, 304LN, 302, 321, 347; ASTM A157 Gr. C9; A320 Gr. B8C or D

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D (1095.), DB (30.014.15), ÜZ (30.014), ÖBB, TÜV-A (96), ABS (E 308L-17), CL (0942), GL (4306), Statoil, UDT, VUZ, SEPROZ

Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-VD GTAW rod: EAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: EAS 2-IG (Si) Metal cored wire: Flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS EAS EAS EAS 2-MC 2-FD 2 PW-FD 2-UP/BB 202

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EN 1600:1997: E 19 9 L R 1 5 AWS A5.4-92: E 308L-17

BÖHLER FOX EAS 2-VD
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant

Description
Core wire alloyed rutile-basic coated stainless steel electrode especially designed for verticaldown welding in the sheet metal fabrication. Highly economical due to fast travel speeds. 50 % time saving is achieved compared to welding in vertical up position with same electrode diameter. The extremely low heat helps to reduce distortion and associated straightening work. The product is resistant to intergranular corrosion up to service temperatures of +350 °C.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.02 Si 0.7 Mn 0.7 Cr 19.5 Ni 10.5

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated, as-welded u 470 600 36 55 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 520) 335) 347) 332)

+ 20 °C: - 120 °C:

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: 120 - 200 °C, min. 2 h electrode identification: FOX EAS 2-VD 308L-17 E 19 9 L R ø mm 2.5 3.2 L mm 300 300 amps A 75 - 185 105 - 115

Base Materials
1.4306 X2CrNi19-11, 1.4301 X5CrNi18-10, 1.4311 X2CrNiN18-10, 1.4312 GX10CrNi18-8, 1.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10, 1.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10, 1.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10 AISI 304, 304L, 304LN, 302, 321, 347; ASTM A157 Gr. C9; A320 Gr. B8C or D

Approvals and Certificates
UDT, SEPROZ

Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A GTAW rod: EAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: EAS 2-IG (Si) Metal cored wire: Flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS 2-MC EAS 2-FD EAS 2 PW-FD EAS 2-UP/BB 202

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EN 1600:1997: E 19 9 Nb B 2 2 AWS A5.4-92: E 347-15

BÖHLER FOX SAS 2
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant

Description
Stabilised core wire alloyed stainless steel electrode with basic coating mainly for Ti and Nb stabilised 1.4541 / 321 / 347 CrNi-steel grades. Designed to produce first class weld deposits with reliable CVN toughness values down to -196 °C. 100 % X-ray safety together with very good root pass and positional welding characteristics, good gap bridging ability, easy weld pool and slag control as well as easy slag removal even in narrow preparations resulting in clean bead surfaces and minimum post weld cleaning. An excellent electrode for welding on site and for heavy and rigid components. The product is resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.03 Si 0.4 Mn 1.3 Cr 19.8 Ni 10.5 Nb +

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated, as-welded u 470 640 36 110 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 390) 550) 330) 380) 332)

+ 20 °C: - 196 °C:

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: – electrode identification: FOX SAS 2 347-15 E 19 9 Nb B ø mm 2.5 3.2 4.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 50 - 180 80 - 110 110 - 140

Base Materials
1.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10, 1.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10, 1.4552 GX5CrNiNb19-11, 1.4301 X5CrNi18-10, 1.4312 GX10CrNi18-8, 1.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10, 1.4311 X2CrNiN18-10, 1.4306 X2CrNi19-11 AISI 347, 321, 302, 304, 304L, 304LN; ASTM A296 Gr. CF 8 C; A157 Gr. C9; A320 Gr. B8C or D

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D (1282.), DB (30.014.04), ÜZ (30.014), ÖBB, TÜV-A (73), ABS (Cr18/21, Ni8/11, TaNb.1.1), GL (4550), UDT, LTSS, SEPROZ

Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 2-A GTAW rod: SAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: Flux cored wire: SAW combination: SAS SAS SAS SAS 2-IG (Si) 2-FD 2-PW-FD 2-UP/BB 202

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EN 1600:1997: E 19 9 Nb R 3 2 AWS A5.4-92: E 347-17

BÖHLER FOX SAS 2-A
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant

Description
Stabilised rutile coated stainless steel electrode. Preferably used for Ti or Nb stabilised 1.4541 / 1.4550 / 321 / 347 CrNi-steel grades. BÖHLER FOX SAS 2-A is noted for its superior welding characteristics and metallurgy. It can be used on AC or DC. Other advantages include high current carrying capacity, minimum spatter formation, self releasing slag, smooth and clean weld profile, safety against formation of porosity due to moisture resistant coating and packaging into hermetically sealed tins. The fully alloyed core wire ensures the most reliable corrosion resistance. Resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.03 Si 0.8 Mn 0.8 Cr 19.5 Ni 10.0 Nb +

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated, as-welded u 470 620 35 70 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 390) 550) 330) 355) 332)

+ 20 °C: - 120 °C:

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: 120 - 200 °C, min. 2 h electrode identification: FOX SAS 2-A 347-17 E 19 9 Nb R ø mm 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 L mm amps A 300 40 - 160 250/350 50 - 190 350 80 - 120 350 110 - 160 450 140 - 200

Base Materials
1.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10, 1.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10, 1.4552 GX5CrNiNb19-11, 1.4301 X5CrNi18-10, 1.4312 GX10CrNi18-8, 1.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10, 1.4311 X2CrNiN18-10, 1.4306 X2CrNi19-11 AISI 347, 321, 302, 304, 304L, 304LN; ASTM A296 Gr. CF 8 C; A157 Gr. C9; A320 Gr. B8C or D

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D (1105.), DB (30.014.06), ÜZ (30.014), ÖBB, TÜV-A (131), ABS (347-17), CL (0343), GL (4550), UDT, LTSS, VUZ, SEPROZ

Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 2 GTAW rod: SAS 2-IG SAW combination: SAS 2-UP/BB 202 GMAW solid wire: Flux cored wire: SAS 2-IG (Si) SAS 2-FD SAS 2 PW-FD

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EN 1600:1997: E 19 12 3 L B 2 2 AWS A5.4-92: E 316L-15

BÖHLER FOX EAS 4 M
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant

Description
Basic coated core wire alloyed stainless steel electrode. Preferably used for 1.4435 / 316L steel grades. BÖHLER FOX EAS 4 M is designed to produce high quality weld deposits with reliable toughness values down to – 196 °C. 100 % X-ray safety together with very good root pass and positional welding characteristics. Good gap bridging ability, easy weld pool and slag control. Easy slag removal even in narrow preparations result in clean bead surfaces with minimum post weld cleaning. Ideal electrode for welding on site. Electrodes are packed in hermetically sealed tins and have a moisture resistant coating. Resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.03 Si 0.4 Mn 1.2 Cr 18.8 Ni 11.5 Mo 2.7

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated, as-welded u 460 600 38 90 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 540) 335) 380) 332) 327)

+ 20 °C: - 120 °C: - 196 °C:

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: ø mm – 2.5 electrode identification: 3.2 FOX EAS 4 M 316L-15 E 19 12 3 L B 4.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 50 - 180 80 - 110 110 - 140

Base Materials
1.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2, 1.4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2, 1.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3, 1.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3, 1.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2, 1.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2, 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12, 1.4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2 S31653; AISI 316L, 316Ti, 316Cb

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D (0772.), ÖBB, TÜV-A (99), CL (0786), DNV (316), Statoil, UDT, SEPROZ

Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX EAS 4 M-TS EAS 4 M-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: Flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS EAS EAS EAS EAS 4 4 4 4 4 M-IG (Si) M-MC M-FD PW-FD M-UP/BB 202

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EN 1600:1997: E 19 12 3 L R 3 2 AWS A5.4-92: E 316L-17

BÖHLER FOX EAS 4 M-A
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant

Description
Rutile coated core wire alloyed stainless steel electrode. Preferably used for 1.4435 / 316L steel grades. BÖHLER FOX EAS 4 M-A is an acknowledged world leader, noted for its superior welding characteristics and metallurgy. It can be used on AC or DC. Other advantages include high current capacity, minimum spatter formation, self releasing slag, smooth and clean weld profile, safety against formation of porosity due to moisture resistant coating and packaging into hermetically sealed tins. The fully alloyed core wire ensures the most reliable corrosion resistance. Resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.03 Si 0.8 Mn 0.8 Cr 18.8 Ni 11.7 Mo 2.7

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated, as-welded u 460 600 36 70 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 540) 330) 347) 332)

+ 20 °C: - 120 °C:

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: 120 - 200 °C, min. 2 h electrode identification: FOX EAS 4 M-A 316L-17 E 19 12 3 L R ø mm 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 L mm amps A 250 25 - 140 300 40 - 160 250/350 50 - 190 350 80 - 120 350/450 110 - 160 450 140 - 200

Base Materials
1.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2, 1.4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2, 1.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3, 1.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3, 1.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2, 1.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2, 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12, 1.4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2 S31653, AISI 316L, 316Ti, 316Cb

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D (0773.), DB (30.014.14), ÜZ (30.014), ÖBB, TÜV-A (33), ABS (E 316L-17), CL (0094), DNV (316L), GL (4571), LR (316Lm), Statoil, UDT, VUZ, SEPROZ

Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX EAS 4 M-TS GTAW rod: EAS 4 M-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: Flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS EAS EAS EAS EAS 4 4 4 4 4 M-IG (Si) M-MC M-FD PW-FD M-UP/BB 202

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Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes
EN 1600:1997: E 19 12 3 L R 1 5 AWS A5.4-92: E 316L-17

BÖHLER FOX EAS 4 M-VD
SMAW stick electrode, high-alloyed, chemical resistant

Description
Rutile-basic coated stainless steel electrode. Especially designed with a fast freezing slag for vertical-down welding in sheet metal fabrication. Highly economical, yielding fast travel speed resulting in low heat input and little distortion respectively associated straightening work. When using same electrode diameter and same wall thickness you can save 50% of welding time compared to vertical up position. No overheating of the base metal and therefore no risk of impaired corrosion resistance compared with the vertical-up welding mode. The product is ideally suited to save time and costs in the sheet metal fabrication. Resistant to intergranular corrosion up to service temperatures of +400 °C.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.03 Si 0.7 Mn 0.7 Cr 19.0 Ni 12.0 Mo 2.7

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated, as-welded u 470 600 35 55 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 540) 330) 347) 332)

+ 20 °C: - 120 °C:

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: 120 - 200 °C, min. 2 h electrode identification: FOX EAS 4 M-VD 316L-17 E19 12 3 LR ø mm 2.5 3.2 L mm 300 300 amps A 75 - 185 105 - 115

Base Materials
1.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2, 1.4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2, 1.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3, 1.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3, 1.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2, 1.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2, 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12, 1.4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2 S31653, AISI 316L, 316Ti, 316Cb

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D (9089.), CL (1299), DNV (316L), GL (4550), UDT, LTSS, SEPROZ

Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-TS GTAW rod: EAS 4 M-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: Flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS EAS EAS EAS EAS 4 4 4 4 4 M-IG (Si) M-MC M-FD PW-FD M-UP/BB 202

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as-welded u 510 630 35 60 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 540) 330) 347) 332) + 20 °C: .170 50 . BÖHLER FOX EAS 4 M-TS is a good economical alternative to GTAW welding on difficult accessible on-site welding applications.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. bead configuration and gap bridging ability on DC electrode negative even when welding with a low amperage. The very stable arc produces an excellent root penetration.) BÖHLER FOX EAS 4 M-TS SMAW stick electrode.110 DC minus for root pass Base Materials 1. 1. 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5625.4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2 S31653.5 Mo 2. chemical resistant Description Special type low carbon rutile-basic coated stainless steel electrode particulary designed for site welding of tin walled tubes and sheets. 1.4-92: E 316L-16 (mod. high-alloyed.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. The product is resistant to intergranular corrosion up to service temperatures of +400 °C.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2.5 3.7 Cr 19.160 45 . AISI 316L.0 2. 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 19 12 3 L R 1 2 AWS A5. 1.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3. High safety against formation of porosity by moisture resistant coating and packaging into hermetically sealed tin.120 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 120 . 1. 1. 2 h electrode identification: FOX EAS 4 M-TS E 19 12 3 LR ø mm 2.2 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 35 .4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-VD GTAW rod: EAS 4 M-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: Flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS EAS EAS EAS EAS 4 4 4 4 4 M-IG (Si) M-MC M-FD PW-FD M-UP/BB 202 2-189 .4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2.0 Ni 11.8 Mn 0. UDT. 316Ti. TÜV-A (615).03 Si 0. 1.200 °C. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. min.).

easy weld pool and slag control as well as easy slag removal even in narrow preparations resulting in clean bead surfaces and minimum post weld cleaning. 316Ti. 1. 1.03 Si 0. ABS (Cr17/20. 1. high-alloyed. Ni10/13). 1. good gap bridging ability. The product is resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 19 12 3 Nb B 2 2 AWS A5.7 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 100% X-ray safety together with very good root pass and positional welding characteristics. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. TÜV-A (132).4581 GX5CrNiMoNb19-11-2.5 Mo 2.180 80 .2 4.4-92: E 318-15 BÖHLER FOX SAS 4 SMAW stick electrode.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2.05).4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3 AISI 316L. 1. ÖBB.4 Mn 1. as-welded u 490 660 31 120 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 390) 600) 328) 100) 332) + 20 °C: . UDT.).5 3. chemical resistant Description Stabilised core wire alloyed stainless steel electrode with basic coating mainly for Ti and Nb stabilised 1. An excellent electrode for welding on site and for heavy and rigid components. GL (4571).4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2.014).8 Ni 11.110 110 . BÖHLER FOX SAS 4 is designed to produce first class weld deposits with reliable CVN toughness values down to -90°C.4580 / 316Ti steel grades. ÜZ (30. 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0774.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 50 .4571 / 1. 1.4437 GX6CrNiMo18-12. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 4-A GTAW rod: SAS 4-IG GMAW solid wire: Flux cored wire: SAS SAS SAS SAW combination: SAS 4-IG (Si) 4-FD 4 PW-FD 4-UP/BB 202 2-190 .014. DB (30.3 Cr 18.140 Base Materials 1.90 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: – electrode identification: FOX SAS 4 318-15 E 19 12 3 Nb B ø mm 2.

LTSS.160 250/350 50 . DB (30. ÖBB. 1.4580 / 316Ti CrNiMo steel grades. 2 h 2. 1.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3 AISI 316L. 1.0 5. BÖHLER FOX SAS 4-A is noted for its superior welding characteristics and metallurgy. It can be used on AC or DC. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. Other characteristics include high current carrying capacity. Resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.4437 GX6CrNiMo18-12.190 350 80 . UDT. ÜZ (30.8 Cr 19.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2. 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.014). The fully alloyed core wire ensures the most reliable corrosion resistance.5 FOX SAS 4-A 318-17 E 19 12 3 Nb R 3. as-welded u 490 640 32 60 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 390) 550) 330) 347) 332) + 20 °C: .0 electrode identification: 2.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2. safety against formation of porosity due to moisture resistant coating and packaging into hermetically sealed tins. min. chemical resistant Description Stabilised rutile coated stainless steel electrode.120 350 110 .200 °C.8 Mn 0. high-alloyed.0 Ni 11.160 450 140 .014. TÜV-A (133).07). minimum spatter formation.200 Base Materials 1.03 Si 0. Preferably used for Ti or Nb stabilised 1.5 Mo 2.90 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 120 .4581 GX5CrNiMoNb19-11-2.0 L mm amps A 300 40 . CL (0951). 316Ti.4-92: E 318-17 BÖHLER FOX SAS 4-A SMAW stick electrode. smooth and clean weld profile.2 4. 1.4571 / 1. self releasing slag.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 19 12 3 Nb R 3 2 AWS A5. VUZ. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 4 GTAW rod: SAS 4-IG GMAW solid wire: SAS 4-IG (Si) Flux cored wire: SAS 4-FD SAS 4 PW-FD SAW combination: SAS 4-UP/BB 202 2-191 .). 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0777.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2.7 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 1.

Heat input should be restricted to a necessary minimum. Base Materials 1. Also recommended for weld cladding of analogous type steels. Amperage has to be adapted to wall thickness respectively welding position.8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. min. which resists the attack of highly concentrated nitric acid as well as of nitric acid which additionally contains strong deoxidants. as-welded u 500 720 35 75 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 390) 660) 330) 347) 332) + 20 °C: .12 SiB BÖHLER FOX EAS 2 Si SMAW stick electrode. 1F stringer beads are recommended.4361 X1CrNiSi18-15-4. 2 h electrode identification: FOX EAS 2 Si E Z 19 14 Si B ø mm 2. high-alloyed.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E Z 19 14 Si B 2 2 ISO 3581: E 17. high corrosion resistant Description Special basic coated core wire alloyed electrode for joint welding of the special steel X2CrNiSi1815. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C < 0. The weld metal does not require postweld heat treatment. 1. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: EASN 2 Si-IG 2-192 .100 Electrodes have to be welded with short arc. additional cooling is recommend to improve corrosion results.50 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 300-350 °C. using EASN 2 Si-IG should be given preference for root welding. In exceptional cases quench from + 1100 °C in water.0 Ni 14.).4361 (BÖHLER A 610).2 Cr 19. 2 x core wire diameter. The TIG process. Suitable for use at service temperatures up to +350 °C. Interpass temperature should not exceed 150°C. UDT. Reduce heat input in position PF/3G to avoid negative influence of corrosion behaviour of root pass and heat affected zone.170 70 .2 L mm 300 350 amps A 40 . For welding position PA/1G.025 Si 4. Grind out the end craters and grind previous passes. UNS S30600 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1482.5 3.5 Mn 1. with limitation of weaving width of max. to avoid overheated weld metal.

CrNiMo(N)-steels. pulp and paper industries. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 317LN Approvals and Certificates BV (317L) Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: E317L-FD E 317L PW-FD ASN 5 SY-UP/BB 202 2-193 . shipyards building chemical tankers as well as the chemical / petrochemical.4-92: E317L-17 BÖHLER FOX E317 L SMAW stick electrode high-alloyed.0 Ni 13.4434 X2CrNiMoN 18-12-4 AISI 316 LN.03 Si 0.8 Cr 19. It satisfies the high demands of offshore fabricators.5 3.6 N + FN 4-12 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J a 460 610 35 65 55 47 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 580) 30) 47) +20 °C: -20 °C: -60 °C: (≥ 32) (*) u untreated. self releasing slag with smooth and clean bead surface.0 L mm 300/350 350 350 amps A 55-85 80-115 110-155 Base Materials CrNiMo(N)-steels with increased Mo-content like grade AISI 316LN/317LN or corrosion resistant claddings on mild steels 1.2 4.4429 X2CrNiMoN17-13-3. Suitable for service temperatures from -60 to +300 °C. as-welded Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 120-200°C. 1. The interpass temperature should be kept below 150 °C. 317 L. min. 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes AWS A5. Preheating and post weld heat treatment is not required by the weld deposit.0 Mo 3. minimum spatter formation. 2 h electrode identification: FOX E317 L 317L-17 ø mm 2.8 Mn 0. high corrosion resistant Description Rutile coated core wire alloyed electrode suited for corrosion resistant. BÖHLER FOX E 317 L is recommended for wall thicknesses up to 30 mm. The weld metal exhibits resistance against pitting corrosion and intergranular corrosion resistance up to 300 °C (ASTM A 262 / Practice E) Good operating characteristics on AC and DC.4438 X2CrNiMo18-15-4.

0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 50 .4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5. 316LN. 317LN. It is characterised by an increased Mo content (4. 1.269 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 250 .5 Mn 2. Root pass welding is preferably carried out by the GTAW process. Suited for difficult corrosion conditions encountered e. TÜV-A (496).3 N 0. in the chemical industry.04 Si 0. UDT.g.140 Interpass temperature should not exceed + 150 °C. high-alloyed. UNS S31726 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (00016. Intergranular corrosion resistance at operating temperatures up to +300 °C. Excellent cryogenic toughness down to -269 °C. pulp and textile industries. as-welded u 460 660 35 100 42 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 590) 330) 390) 332) + 20 °C: .Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: AWS A5. high corrosion resistant Description Basic (with rutile contents) coated core wire alloyed electrode for corrosion resistant CrNi steels with increased Mo-contents like 1. 2 h electrode identification: FOX ASN 5 E 18 16 5 N L B ø mm 2.5 Ni 17. The weld metal features excellent chemical resistance to stress corrosion cracking as well as high pitting resistance. sea water desalinisation plants and particularly in the paper.) BÖHLER FOX ASN 5 SMAW stick electrode. Base Materials 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12 AISI 316Cb. flue gas de-sulphurisation plants.0 Mo 4.180 80 .4438 X2CrNiMo18-15-4. 2-194 . SEPROZ Same Alloy / Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX ASN 5-A GTAW rod: ASN 5-IG GMAW solid wire: ASN 5-IG (Si) Flux cored wire: E317L-FD* E317L PW-FD* SAW combination: ASN 5-UP/BB 203 * for similar alloyed base metals only. The electrode provides easy slag removal with smooth and clean bead surfaces as well as good positional weldability. Maximum width of weaving should be limited to twice the core wire diameter of the electrode. DNV (317). 1.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.4439 / 317L. min. 1. 317L.2 4.).4429 X2CrNiMoN17-13-3.300 °C.3 FN ≤ 0.5 %) to compensate for segregation in high molybdenum alloyed weld metals to meet equivalent corrosion properties as the relevant base metals with 3-4 % Mo guarantee.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3. using ASN 5-IG welding wire. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0. The arc should be kept short. not fully austenitic. 1.110 110 . GL (4439).4-92: E 18 16 5 N L B 2 2 E 317LN-15 (mod.15 PREN 36.5 Cr 18.5 3.

sea water desalinisation. high corrosion resistant Description Rutile coated core wire alloyed electrode suited for corrosion resistant. resistance against pitting corrosion. Good operating characteristics on AC and DC. It is characterised by an increased Mo content (4.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3. UDT Same Alloy / Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX ASN 5 GTAW rod: ASN 5-IG GMAW solid wire: ASN 5-IG (Si) Flux cored wire: SAW combination: E317L-FD* E317L PW-FD* ASN 5-UP/BB 203 * for similar alloyed base metals only. 317L.300 °C. The weld deposit exhibits excellent resistant to stress corrosion cracking. min. Preheating and post weld heat treatment is not required by the weld deposit. UNS S31726 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (07118.7 Mn 1. CrNi-steels with increased Mo content like 1.185 90 . Intergranular corrosion resistance up to +300 °C service temperature.0 Mo 4.1130 °C.4-92: E 18 16 5 N L R 3 2 E 317LN-17 (mod.0 FN ≤ 0. high-alloyed. self releasing slag with smooth and clean bead surface. 1.1 Cr 18. The interpass temperature should be kept below +150 °C.120 110 .5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 2-195 . Base Materials 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: AWS A5.5 N 0.2 4.0 Ni 16. as-welded u 460 660 32 70 47 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 590) 330) 355) 332) + 20 °C: .4439 / 317L. flue gas desulphurisation plants.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 65 .035 Si 0.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12 AISI 316Cb. Field of application includes chemical industry. Solution annealing temperature +1080 .). minimum spatter formation. 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0. 317LN. 2 h electrode identification: FOX ASN 5-A E 18 16 5 N L R ø mm 2.5 3. 1. pulp and paper industry as well as textile and cellulose.4429 X2CrNiMoN17-13-3.4438 X2CrNiMo18-15-4.120 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 250 . quenching in water.150 Maximum width of weaving should be limited to twice the core wire diameter. 1.13 PREN 36.5 %) to compensate for segregation in high molybdenum alloyed weld metals to meet equivalent corrosion properties as the relevant base metals with 3-4 % Mo guarantee. BÖHLER FOX ASN 5-A is recommended for wall thicknesses up to 15 mm. 316LN.) BÖHLER FOX ASN 5-A SMAW stick electrode.4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5. not fully austenitic.

suited for service temperatures up to +350 °C (or up to +400 °C in media that do not induce intergranular corrosion). 1.7 N 0.180 80 .3964 X2CrNiMnMoNNb21-16-5-3. as-welded u 470 700 35 80 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 430) 640) 330) 370) 332) + 20 °C: .3 Mo 3.2 PREN 37. centrifuges. nonmagnetic.5 Cr 21.8 Ni 18.3948 X4CrNiMnMoN19-13-8.04 Si 0. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: AM 400-IG GMAW solid wire: AM 400-IG 2-196 . Fully austenitic weld metal.0 L mm 250 350 350 amps A 50 . crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking. Base Materials 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0.8 Mn 7. 1. bleaching plants and the welding of cryogenic steels. high-alloyed.3952 and 1.110 110 .2 4. 1. excellent subzero toughness. preferably used for the steels W.3951 X2CrNiMoN22-15. 1. Good weldability in all positions except vertical-down.300 °C.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E Z 22 18 4 L B 2 2 BÖHLER FOX AM 400 SMAW stick electrode. GL (3954). min. excellent resistance to pitting.no.5 3.4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5 Approvals and Certificates WIWEB.3964 in the special shipbuilding sector.140 Preheating is not required and the interpass temperatures must not exceed +150 °C.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.196 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 250 . UDT. 1. high corrosion resistant Description Basic coated core wire alloyed electrode for corrosion resistant non-magnetisable CrNiMo steels. 2 h electrode identification: FOX AM 400 E Z 22 18 4 L B ø mm 2. Further applications are sea water desalinisation plants.3952 X2CrNiMoN18-14-3.

2 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 55-75 80-105 90-135 Base Materials X2CrNiMoN25-22-2 (1. TUV-A. textiles. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: EASN 25M-IG 2-197 . a limited Mo-content (for better Huey-test-resistance). UDT.5 %). X2CrNiMo18-14-3 (1.2 N 0.5 Cr 25 Ni 22 Mo 2. Characterised by a low C-content. as-welded Operating Data re-drying: ø mm 250-300°C.08 g/m2.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600: EZ 25 22 2 NL B 2 2 BÖHLER FOX EASN 25 M SMAW stick electrode high-alloyed. min. 2 h 2. It is also recommendable for weldments wetted by strong chloride solutions at high temperatures. The corrosion rates in the Huey-test are 0.2 FOX EASN 25 M EZ 25 22 2 NL B 4.4435) Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D. chemical resistant Description BÖHLER FOX EASN 25 M is a core wire-alloyed basic coated Cr-Ni-Mo electrode.4465). leather. chemicals. The stick electrode is suited for urea plant components exposed to extremely severe corrosion at high pressures and temperatures. Grind out root pass end craters and use intermediate current settings.4466) and in combination with X1CrNiMoN25-25-2 (1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤0. a welldefined N-alloying as well as a high Ni-content to assure a fully austenitic structure (ferrite contents < 0. The weld deposit will exhibit superior resistance to boiling concentrated nitric acid (optimum condition: 60-80 % HNO3) when made to join components of the highest Huey test quality. The arc should be kept short.14 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 405 615 35 110 (> 380) (580-690) (> 30) (> 90) (> 50) +20 °C: -196 °C: (*) u untreated.4 Mn 5. Further applications involve severe corrosive service in such industries as dyeing (leaching and dyeing baths).035 Si 0. pharmaceuticals. and rayon.h (4 mils/year). During welding an interpass temperature of 150 °C and a weaving above two times core wire diameter should be avoided. paper. The chromium and molybdenum percentages create good resistance to pitting from solutions containing chlorine ions.5 electrode identification: 3.

The interpass temperature should not exceed +150°C.and Formic acid.5 Cu 1.4 Mn 4. high corrosion resistant Description Basic (with rutile contents) coated core wire alloyed electrode for corrosion resisting high-molybdenum CrNi steels like 1.0 Mo 6.269 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 250 . as-welded u 440 650 35 75 42 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 600) 330) 347) 332) + 20 °C: . The fully austenitic weld metal possess a marked resistance towards pitting and crevice corrosion in chloride containing media.4537 X1CrNiMoCuN25-25-5. 1. UNS N08904. S31726 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4882. Highly resistant against Sulphur-. Statoil. 1. UDT.). For root pass welding it is expedient to apply the GTAW process using BÖHLER CN 20/25 M-IG.300 °C. Caused from the low C-content of the weld metal.14 PREN ≥ 45 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. in flue gas desulphurisation and sea water desalinisation plants.100 100 . Preheating and post weld heat treatment are not required for the weld metal. in the chemical industry. as well as in cooling and power plants using brackish or sea water. high-alloyed.4539 X1NiCrMoCu25-20-5.4-92: E 385-15 (mod. The above average molybdenum content (6. 1. End crater grinding is highly recommended. thus compensating for segregation in high molybdenum alloyed weld metals. Acetic. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0.4 N 0.5 %) is characteristic to BÖHLER FOX CN 20/25 M. as well as sea and brackish water.4539 / N08904.04 Si 0. The high Ni-content in comparison to standard CrNi-weld metals leads to high resistance against stress corrosion cracking.2 FOX CN 20/25 M E 20 25 5 Cu N L B 4. It is advisable to grind out the end craters of root passes.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 20 25 5 Cu N L B 2 2 AWS A5. Base Materials same-alloyed high-Mo Cr-Ni-steels.0 Ni 25. Recommended for highly corrosive environments encountered e.) BÖHLER FOX CN 20/25 M SMAW stick electrode. TÜV-A (80).0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 60 .130 Weaving width max.0 Cr 20.180 80 . SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 20/25 M-A GTAW rod: CN 20/25 M-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 20/25 M-IG (Si) 2-198 .4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5. The electrode can be used in all position except vertical down.5 electrode identification: 3. Phosphorus-. min. Particularly recommended for steels containing up to 5% molybdenum. 2 h 2. 2x core wire diameter. Arc should be kept short.g. the risk of intergranular corrosion can be avoided.

fine rippled beads with no residuals.). except vertical down and easy handling.3 x %Mo + 30 x %N).and Phosphorus production. as well as sea and brackish water. Special applicable in Sulphur.03 Si 0. pulp and paper industry. min. phosphorus-. high corrosion resistant Description Rutile-basic coated core wire alloyed electrode with extremely high Mo-content. The above average molybdenum content (6. BÖHLER FOX CN 20/25 M-A possess excellent operating characteristic in all positions.4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5. fatty-.and formic acid production.2 Cu 1.) BÖHLER FOX CN 20/25 M-A SMAW stick electrode. high-alloyed.0 Mo 6. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.4539 X1NiCrMoCu25-20-5.110 100 .180 80 . Caused from the low C-content of the weld metal.2 %) is characteristic to BÖHLER FOX CN 20/25 M-A. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 20/25 M GTAW rod: CN 20/25 M-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 20/25 M-IG (Si) 2-199 .0 Cr 20. acetic.5 Ni 25. petrochemical industry. sea water sludge fittings and pickling plants which are proceeded with sea or brackish water.4537 X1CrNiMoCuN25-25-5 UNS N08904. thus compensating for segregation in high molybdenum alloyed weld metals. as-welded u 410 640 34 70 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 600) 330) 347) 332) + 20 °C: . flue gas desulphurisation plants.4-92: E 20 25 5 Cu N L R 3 2 E 385-17 (mod.135 Base Materials same-alloyed high-Mo Cr-Ni-steels 1. Highly resistant against sulphur-. UDT. It is advisable to grind out the end craters of root passes.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: AWS A5. This electrode should be preferably used up to wall thicknesses of 14 mm. The high Ni-content in comparison to standard CrNi-weld metals leads to high resistance against stress corrosion cracking.7 Mn 2. S31726 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (6634.and formic acid.196 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 250-300 °C. Very high pitting resistant equivalent (PREN ≥ 45) – pitting potential (%Cr + 3. 1. It is designed for excellent operating characteristics on DC and AC.6 N 0. 2 h 2. 1. The fully austenitic weld metal possess a marked resistance towards pitting and crevice corrosion in chloride containing media.17 PREN ≥ 45 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. acetic.5 electrode identification: 3. further on for fertilizer production.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 50 .2 FOX CN 20/25 M-A E 20 25 5 Cu N L R 4. the risk of intergranular corrosion can be avoided. The weld metal shows good slag detachability as well as smooth. Particularly recommended for steels containing up to 5 % molybdenum.

S255N.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3.).0 Ni 8.g. P295GH.4-92: E 2209-15 BÖHLER FOX CN 22/9 N-B SMAW stick electrode. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. FOX CN 22/9 N-B is specially designed for the joining of thick-walled sections (e.8 u 630 830 27 105 80 65 40 Mo 3. The pitting resistance according to ASTM G48 / method A shows good results. UDT Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 22/9 N GTAW rod: CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 22/9 N-IG Flux cored wire: CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD SAW combination: CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 2-200 . ferritic-austenitic steels with higher tensile strength 1.1 Cr 23. Base Materials same-alloyed duplex steels. 1.4362 X2CrNiN23-4.0 L mm 350 350 350 450 amps A 50 . Furthermore the high crack resistance of the weld metal and the particularly good resistance to stress corrosion cracking and pitting behaviour are significant features. UNS S31803.300 °C. The electrode provides user friendly operating characteristics in all positions except vertical down with good slag removability and weld bead appearance. The Pitting Resistance Equivalent (PREN) shows values of ≥ 35 in accordance with the formula (%Cr + 3. S32205 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7084.145 140 .110 100 .g. Besides the high tensile strength. e.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. 1. high corrosion resistant Description Basic coated core wire alloyed electrode for welding of ferritic-austenitic duplex materials. S355N. CL (1475).0 5.5 electrode identification: 3. min. > 20 mm) and rigid constructions as well as for applications where extra low service temperature requirements exist. 1.2 N 0. the special advantage of the weld metal of this electrode is its very good toughness behaviour down to -60 °C.180 For welding of root runs either GTAW with CN 22/9 N-IG or SMAW with FOX CN 22/9 N is applicable.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 together with 1.375 80 . 16Mo3 UNS S31803.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 22 9 3 N L B 2 2 AWS A5. Additionally the filler metals offer high safety against the formation of porosity. 2 h 2. as well as similar-alloyed.2 FOX CN 22/9 N-B 2209-15 E 22 9 3 N L B 4.3 % Mo + 16 % N). 1.16 PREN ≥ 35 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 540) 690) 322) 347) (*) u untreated. as-welded + - 20 20 40 60 °C: °C: °C: °C: (≥ 332) Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 250 .4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 mit P235GH / P265GH.03 Si 0.3 Mn 1.4462. high-alloyed.

4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3.g. as-welded u 650 820 25 55 50 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 540) 690) 322) 347) + 20 °C: . BÖHLER FOX CN 22/9 N offers excellent positional weldability. S32205 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (3636. 1.120 110 . the weld metal is also noted for excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking and pitting resistance. 1. S355N. RINA (2209). CL (0797). SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 22/9 N-B GTAW rod: CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 22/9 N-IG Flux cored wire: CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD SAW combination: CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 2-201 .0 Ni 9. DNV (Duplex). UDT. e. ferritic-austenitic steels with higher tensile strength 1. slag removability.300 °C. For wall thicknesses above 20 mm or impact requirements down to -60 °C we recommend our basic coated electrode BÖHLER FOX CN 22/9 N-B. +250 °C.0 L mm 350 350 350 450 amps A 40 .4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 together with P235GH / P265GH.160 150 . +150 °C. In case of solution annealing is carried out max.200 Preheating and interpass temperature max.4-92: E 2209-17 BÖHLER FOX CN 22/9 N SMAW stick electrode. 4462.5 3. Heat input in according to wall thickness.17 PREN ≥ 35 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. and thus is perfectly suited for pipe welding. 1.2 N 0. Besides the good wetting characteristics.4362 X2CrNiN23-4.).Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 22 9 3 N L R 3 2 AWS A5. LR (X). P295GH. 16Mo3 UNS S31803. as well as similar-alloyed.9 Mn 0. S255N. resistance to porosity and reliable CVN toughness down to -20 °C it is designed with a fully alloyed core wire providing best corrosion resistance and a very homogeneous micro structure with specified ferrite contents of 30 – 60 FN (WRC) and a Pitting Resistance Equivalent (PREN) of > 35.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. high corrosion resistant Description Rutile coated electrode designed for ferritic-austenitic duplex steels. Field of applications are in off-shore engineering and in the chemical industry.375 70 . high-alloyed. 1.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 mit 1. Statoil. Base Materials same-alloyed duplex steels.10 °C: .2 4.0 Mo 3.8 Cr 23. GL (4462). min.0 5.03 Si 0. UNS 31803. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.20 °C: (≥ 332) Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 250 . Besides offering high mechanical strength and toughness. TÜV-A (260). 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 22/9 N 2209-17 E 22 9 3 N L R ø mm 2. ABS (E 22 09-17).

Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: AWS A5. for welding of ferritic-austenitic superduplex steels. By virtue of specific alloy composition the deposit has. UNS S32760. 1.5 electrode identification: 3.2 FOX CN 25/9 Cu T E 25 9 4 N L B 4. Next two passes with thin layers and low heat input to avoid overheating and precipitations Base Materials 25% Cr-Superduplex steels e.0 Ni 9. 2 h 2.3 Mo 3. highly corrosion resistant Description Basic coated electrode. FALC 100 Approvals and Certificates CL (applied) Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: CN 25/9 CuT-IG CN 25/9 CuT-IG 2-202 .1 Cr 25. SAF 25/07. Well suited for the conditions in the offshore field. as welded u 650 850 25 75 50 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 600) 750) 22) 70) 34) +20 °C: -50 °C: Operating Data re-drying: ø mm 250-300°C.0 L mm 300/350 350 350 amps A 55-80 80-105 90-140 Welding of root pass with „thick layer“.9-93: E 25 9 4 N L B 2 2 E2553-15(mod) BÖHLER FOX CN 25/9 CuT SMAW stick electrode high alloyed.5 Mn 1.6 PREN ≥40 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.g.4501 X2CrNiMoCuWN 25-7-4 UNS S 32750. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. The operating temperature range is -50 °C up to +250 °C.03 Si 0. also excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking and pitting corrosion.7 T 0.22 Cu 0. ZERON 100. in addition to high tensile strength and toughness. min.7 N 0.

Notes 2-203 .

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600 °C/8 h/furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon ø mm rod marking: 2.0 front: W 13 4 2.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 13 4 AWS A5. Base Materials 1. Tempering at 580 .60 °C: (*) u untreated. BÖHLER CN 13/4-IG as well as the coated electrode BÖHLER FOX CN 13/4 and the analogous GMAW wire are very popular in the construction of hydro turbines. 1. Maximum heat input 15 kJ/cm.4313 / CA 6 NM.3 Ni 4.4414 GX4CrNiMo13-4 ACI Gr.) W.4313 X3CrNiMo13-4.7 Mo 0. stainless Description GTAW rod of low-carbon type 13 % Cr 4 % Ni suited for soft-martensitic steels like 1.7 Cr 12.4351 X3CrNi13-4. CVN toughness and crack resistance despite its high strength. as-welded – shielding gas Argon a annealed.160 °C. 1. Designed with precisely tuned alloying composition creating a weld deposit featuring very good ductility.: 1.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 915 1000 15 85 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 780) 950) 310) 380) a 750 830 21 150 (≥ 720) (≥ 800) (≥ 18) (≥ 50) (≥ 32) + 20 °C: .4 back: Preheating and interpass temperatures in case of thick-walled sections 100 .).4317 GX4CrNi13-4.) BÖHLER CN 13/4-IG GTAW rod.Nr. UDT.4351 (mod.620 °C. CA6NM Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4110. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.02 Si 0.7 Mn 0. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 13/4 FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: SAW combination: CN CN CN CN 13/4-IG 13/4-MC 13/4-MC (F) 13/4-UP/BB 203 2-205 .9-93: ER410 NiMo (mod. high-alloyed. 1.

6 2.4312 GX10CrNi18-8.0 Ni 10. ASTM A157 Gr.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10 AISI 304. B8C or D Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0145.7 Cr 20. ÜZ (43.269 °C: 75 (*) u untreated.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10. 1. 1. 302.). DB (43.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10.5 Mn 1. 1.9-93: ER308L W. 1.4301 X5CrNi18-10. TÜV-A (97).02 Si 0. 321.4306 X2CrNi19-11. 1. Good welding and wetting characteristics of BÖHLER EAS 2-IG as well as corrosion resistance up to +350 °C is achieved. 1.4 3.0 Base Materials 1. 347.014/1). 304LN. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A FOX EAS 2-VD GMAW solid wire: EAS 2-IG (Si) Metal cored wire: EAS 2-MC GMAW flux cored wire: EAS 2-FD EAS 2 PW-FD SAW combination: EAS 2-UP/BB 202 2-206 .4316 BÖHLER EAS 2-IG GTAW rod.014. high-alloyed.08).0 2. ÖBB. GL (4550).Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 19 9 L AWS A5. UDT. chemical resistant Description GTAW rod of type W 19 9 L / ER308L suitable not only for standard welding jobs but also for cryogenic applications down to -269 °C. A320 Gr. CL (0655).Nr. 304L. DNV (308L). C9. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. as-welded – shielding gas Argon (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 570) 335) 100) 335) Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W 19 9 L back: ER 308 L ø mm 1.: 1.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 450 620 38 + 20 °C: 150 .4311 X2CrNiN18-10.

4551 BÖHLER SAS 2-IG GTAW rod.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 19 9 Nb AWS A5.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10. chemical resistant Description GTAW rod of type W 19 9 Nb / ER 347 engineered to a very precise analysis to create a weld deposit of high purity.: 1.4312 GX10CrNi18-8.4306 X2CrNi19-11 AISI 347.9-93: ER 347 W. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W 19 9 Nb back: ER 347 ø mm 1. C9.5 Mn 1. 302.196 °C: (*) u untreated.Nr. 304. superior hot cracking an corrosion resistance. CVN toughness down to -196 °C.0 2. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 2 FOX SAS 2-A GMAW solid wire: SAS 2-IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: SAS 2-FD SAS 2 PW-FD SAW combination: SAS 2-UP/BB 202 2-207 . CF 8 C.4552 GX5CrNiNb19-11. A320 Gr. TÜV-A (77).4 3. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. GL (4550). 1.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10. 1.8 Cr 19. B8C or D Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0142. UDT. 1. high-alloyed. 321.4311 X2CrNiN18-10.5 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 490 660 35 140 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 450) 600) 330) 100) 332) + 20 °C: .5 Ni 9.4301 X5CrNi18-10. 1.0 Base Materials 1. 1. 1. LTSS. 304L. resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.05 Si 0.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10.6 2. A157 Gr.). 304LN. CL (0261). ASTM A296 Gr. 1.

3 Mo 2. chemical resistant Description GTAW rod of type W 19 12 3 L / ER316L engineered to a very precise analysis to create a weld deposit of high purity.4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2 S31653. 316Ti. 1.: 1.12).196 °C: (*) u untreated. GL (4429). 1. 1. 1. UDT. AISI 316L. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W 19 12 3 L back: ER 316 L ø mm 1. superior hot cracking an corrosion resistance.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3.0 Base Materials 1. 1.9-93: ER316L W. 1.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2. resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.014/1).Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 19 12 3 L AWS A5. CL (0446). DB (43. ÜZ (43.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX EAS 4 M-TS GMAW solid wire: EAS 4 M-IG (Si) Metal cored wire: EAS 4 GMAW flux cored wire: EAS 4 EAS 4 SAW combination: EAS 4 M-MC M-FD PW-FD M-UP/BB 202 2-208 .).5 Ni 12. 1.4430 BÖHLER EAS 4 M-IG GTAW rod.Nr.5 Mn 1.6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 470 650 38 140 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 450) 580) 330) 100) 332) + 20 °C: . Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.4 3. CVN toughness down to -196 °C. DNV (316L).4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2.0 2. 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0149.014. high-alloyed.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2.7 Cr 18. ÖBB.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3.6 2. TÜV-A (101).02 Si 0.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.

superior hot cracking an corrosion resistance.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2. ÖBB.).0 2.0* 1. 1. high-alloyed.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.014/1). UDT. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 4 FOX SAS 4-A GMAW solid wire: SAS 4-IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: SAS 4-FD SAS 4 PW-FD SAW combination: SAS 4-UP /BB 202 2-209 .0 Base Materials 1.8 %) ø mm 1.6 2.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 19 12 3 Nb AWS A5.2* 1. 1. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. GL (4571).7 Cr 19.4576 BÖHLER SAS 4-IG GTAW rod.7 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 520 700 35 120 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 600) 330) 100) 332) + 20 °C: .04 Si 0. 1. 0.4437 GX6CrNiMo18-12.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2.4581 GX5CrNiMoNb19-11-2. KTA 1408 1 (8046. CVN toughness down to -120 °C.120 °C: (*) u untreated. 1. 1. resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.5 Mo 2.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3 AISI 316L.014.4 Mn 1.5 Ni 11. 316Ti.4 3. DB (43.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2.03). 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0236. CL (0441). TÜV-A (134). chemical resistant Description GTAW rod of type W 19 12 3 Nb / ER318 engineered to a very precise analysis to create a weld deposit of high purity.9-93: ER318 W. ÜZ (43.00).Nr. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W 19 12 3 Nb back: ER 318 * these diameters are delivered with a higher Si-content (ca.: 1. 1.

1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W Z 19 13 Si NL W. Keep heat input as low as possible.5 Ni 13. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 2 Si 2-210 .50 °C: (*) u untreated.7 Cr 19. If possible.: 1.6 Mn 0. highly corrosion resistant Description GTAW rod designed for joint welding of the special stainless steel grade X2CrNiSi18-15. high-alloyed. water cooling to improve heat dissipation is recommended.4361 2.4 N 0.-Nr.12 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 520 750 35 100 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 440) 700) 325) 340) 332) + 20 °C: .4361 BÖHLER EASN 2 Si-IG GTAW rod. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C ≤ 0. matno.4361 (BÖHLER A 610).6 front: W Z 19 13 Si NL 2. In exceptional cases quenching from a temperature of +1100 °C in water is recommended.0 back: 1. UNS S30600 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1483. Operating temperatures up to +350 °C.4361 X1CrNiSi18-15-4.4 The deposit does not require post weld heat treatment. which is resistant to the attack of highly concentrated nitric acid and of nitric acid additionally containing strong deoxidants. Also suited for cladding applications on analogous materials.015 Si 4. Interpass temperature should not to exceed +150 °C. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon ø mm rod marking: 1.). Base Materials 1.

4453 ø mm 1.0 2. 317L.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 440 650 35 + 20 °C: 120 . as-welded – shielding gas Argon (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 600) 330) 370) 332) Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W Z 18 16 5 NL back: 1.1 %) to compensate for segregation when welding high molybdenum alloyed steels.) W.0 FN ≤ 0.4429 X2CrNiMoN17-13-3. 1.4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5. UNS S31726 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (00017.4438 X2CrNiMo18-15-4. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C ≤ 0. TÜV-A (463). DNV (X).9-93: ER317LN (mod.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3. 316LN. The weld metal shows a stable austenitic microstructure with good pitting resistance (PREN >35) and crevice corrosion resistance as well as excellent CVN toughness behaviour down to -269 °C. UDT.Nr.269 °C: 75 (*) u untreated.5 Mo 4.1 N 0.4453 BÖHLER ASN 5-IG GTAW rod.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W Z 18 16 5 NL AWS A5. not fully austenitic. high-alloyed.2 Mn 5. 317LN. BÖHLER ASN 5-IG has an increased Mo content (4.4438 / 317L. 2-211 .4 Base Materials 1. Resistant to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.0 Cr 19. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX ASN 5 FOX ASN 5-A GMAW solid wire: ASN 5-IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: E 317L-FD* E 317L PW-FD* ASN 5-UP/BB 203 * for similar alloyed base metals only. highly corrosion resistant Description GTAW rod for 3-4 % molybdenum alloyed CrNi-steels like 1.0 Ni 16.16 PREN 38. 1.: 1. 1.). thus producing equivalent corrosion resistance to the relevant base metals offering a 3-4 % Mo guarantee.02 Si 0. 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12 AISI 316Cb.6 2.

5 Cr 22. Excellent cryogenic toughness.2 Ni 18.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W Z 22 17 8 4 NL W. GL (3954). 1.9 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 480 700 35 170 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 450) 680) 330) 370) 332) + 20 °C: .3952 X2CrNiMoN18-14-3.7 Mn 7.6 N 0. highly corrosion resistant Description This N-alloyed.0 front: W Z 22 17 8 4 NL back: 1. 1. 1. centrifuges. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.196 °C: (*) u untreated. Used for sea water desalinisation plants.3964 X2CrNiMnMoNNb21-16-5-3.3948 X4CrNiMnMoN19-13-8. and up to +400 °C in media that do not induce intergranular corrosion. bleaching plants and in special shipbuilding.: 1. high-alloyed. fully austenitic and nonmagnetic special GTAW rod is distinguished by its especially high resistance to pitting.02 Si 0.3954 Preheating of the base metal is not required. Suitable for service temperatures up to +350 °C.4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5 Approvals and Certificates WIWEB. The interpass temperature should not exceed +150 °C. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon ø mm rod marking: 2.1 Mo 3.22 PREN 36.3951 X2CrNiMoN22-15. 1. Base Materials 1.3954 BÖHLER AM 400-IG GTAW rod.Nr. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX AM 400 GMAW solid wire: AM 400-IG 2-212 . crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking.

The corrosion rates in the Huey-test are max.13 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) U >400 >600 >30 >80 +20 °C u untreated. Resistant to intercrystalline corrosion and wet corrosion up to +350 °C.2 Mn 6. textiles. leather.4 Base Materials X2CrNiMoN25-22-2 (1. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100% Argon rod marking: front: W 25 22 2 NL back: 1.4466) and in Combination with X1CrNiMoN25-25-2 (1. It is also recommendable for weldments wetted by strong chloride solutions at high temperatures. pharmaceuticals. a well-defined N-alloying as well as a high Ni-content to assure a fully austenitic structure (ferrite contents < 0.4465).4435) Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (applied) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EASN 25M 2-213 . Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.025 Si 0.h (10. For weld cladding on high temperature steels and for fabrication joints on claddings.0 Cr 25 Ni 22. it is suited for urea plant components exposed to extremely severe corrosion at high pressures and temperatures.5 Mo 2. a limited Mo-content (for better Huey-test-resistance).5 %). paper. chemical resistant Description GTAW rod for joining and surfacing applications on matching/similar steels.25 g/m2. The chromium and molybdenum percentages create good resistance to pitting from solutions containing chlorine ions. Characterised by a low Ccontent. Further applications involve severe corrosive service in such industries as dyeing (leaching and dyeing baths). and rayon.2 N 0. X2CrNiMo18-14-3 (1.6 2. chemicals.89 mils/year).0 2. The weld deposit will exhibit superior resistance to boiling concentrated nitric acid (optimum condition: 60-80 % HNO3) when made to join components of the highest Huey test quality.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 25 22 2 NL BÖHLER EASN 25 M-IG GTAW rod high-alloyed. During welding an interpass temperature of 150 °C should be avoided. 0.4465 ø mm 1.

4539 / 904L. TÜV-A (390).4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5.6 2. petrochemical industry.3 x %Mo + 30 x %N). Very high pitting resistant equivalent (PREN ≥ 45) – pitting potential (%Cr + 3. acetic. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C ≤ 0.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 440 670 42 + 20 °C: 115 . pulp and paper industry.7 Mn 4.) W. Interpass temperature should not exceed +150 °C.2 %) in comparison to W-No.4 Preheating and post weld heat treatment is not required by the weld deposit.5 N 0.4539 X1NiCrMoCu25-20-5.12 PREN ≥ 45.4537 X1CrNiMoCuN25-25-5 UNS N08904. the risk of intergranular corrosion can be avoided. The high Ni-content in comparison to standard CrNi-weld metals leads to high resistance against stress corrosion cracking.4 Mo 6.) BÖHLER CN 20/25 M-IG GTAW rod.2 Cu 1. S31726 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4881.7 Cr 20. fatty-. highly corrosion resistant Description Special GTAW rod for corrosion resistant 4-5% Mo-alloyed CrNi-steels like 1.0 2. Base Materials same-alloyed high-Mo Cr-Ni-steels 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W Z 20 25 5 Cu NL AWS A5. as well as seaand brackish water. 1. 1. Highly resistant against sulphur-. flue gas desulphurisation plants. phosphorus-.9-93: ER385 (mod.269 °C: 72 (*) u untreated.: 1. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 20/25 M FOX CN 20/25 M-A GMAW solid wire: CN 20/25 M-IG (Si) 2-214 .and phosphorus production.4539 respectively UNS N08904.02 Si 0. Special applicable in sulphur.Nr. further on for fertilizer production. the high segregation rate of high Mo-alloyed CrNi-weld metal can be compensated.and formic acid.and formic acid production. Caused from the low C-content of the weld metal. acetic.0 Ni 25. Due to the high Mo content (6. 1. sea water sludge fittings and pickling plants which are proceeded with sea or brackish water. as-welded – shielding gas Argon (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 600) 330) 380) 332) Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W Z 20 25 5 Cu NL back: – ø mm 1. Statoil.). high-alloyed. The fully austenitic weld metal possess a marked resistance towards pitting and crevice corrosion in chloride containing media.4519 (mod.

2 Preheat and post weld heat treatment is generally not required.6 2. small amounts of N2 can be added to the shielding respectively purging gas.8 Mo 3. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 22/9 N-B FOX CN 22/9 N GMAW solid wire: CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW flux cored wire: CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD SAW combination: CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 2-215 . It offers very high quality standards for ease of operation and good mechanical properties. The operating temperature range is -60 °C up to +250 °C. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C ≤ 0. In case of severe corrosion requirement. S32205 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4484. also excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking and pitting (Huey-test ASTM A 262-79 practice C). Base Materials same-alloyed duplex steels.). as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon Ar + 1-2 % N2 rod marking: front: W 22 9 3 NL back: ER 2209 ø mm 1. BÖHLER CN 22/9 N-IG is characterised by a precisely alloyed composition which includes an extremely low oxygen content. highly corrosion resistant Description GTAW rod of type W 22 9 3 NL / ER2209 designed for welding ferritic-austenitic duplex steels like 1. 1. in addition to high tensile strength and toughness.0 2. 16Mo3 UNS S31803. UDT. ABS (ER 2209).4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.4362 X2CrNiN23-4. Statoil.4 Mn 1.15 PREN ≥ 35 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 600 800 33 150 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 560) 720) 325) 100) 332) + 20 °C: . TÜV-A (423).4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3. S355N. 1. Statoil. S255N.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 22 9 3 NL AWS A5. GL (4462).015 Si 0.60 °C: (*) u untreated.: 1.4 3.7 Cr 22. ferritic-austenitic steels with higher tensile strength 1. as well as similar-alloyed.4462 / UNS 31803.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 with 1.Nr. Interpass temperature should not exceed +150 °C.2 N 0. high-alloyed. 1.) BÖHLER CN 22/9 N-IG GTAW rod.4462 (mod. The deposit possess.5 Ni 8. P295GH. DNV (X{I1}). To ensure particularly good weld metal properties care must be taken to archive controlled dilution and thorough back purging. CL (0776).4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 with P235GH/ P265GH. LR (X).9-93: ER2209 W.

6 T 0. 1.02 Si 0.7 N 0. also excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking and pitting corrosion. highly corrosion resistant Description GTAW-rod highly suitable for welding ferritic-austenitic superduplex steels. we offer the product BÖHLER CN 25/9 CuT-IG-LH with Hydrogen Content guaranteed less than 3 ppm. For applications requiring low Hydrogen. Well suited for the conditions in the offshore field. Next two passes with thin layers and low heat input to avoid overheating and precipitations Base Materials 25 % Cr-Superduplex steels e.4501 X2CrNiMoCuWN 25-7-4 UNS S 32750.22 Cu 0.3 Mn 0.5 Mo 3.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.g. SAF 25/07. The operating temperature range is -50 °C up to 220 °C. as welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: ø mm Argon + 2-3 % N2 2.9-93: W 25 9 4 NL ER2553(mod) BÖHLER CN 25/9 CuT-IG GTAW-rod high alloyed. S 32760 ZERON 100.4 rod marking: front: W 25 9 4 NL back: Welding of root pass with „thick layer“. FALC 100 Approvals and Certificates CL (applied) Same Alloy Filler Metals Stick electrode: GMAW solid wire: FOX CN 25/9 CuT CN 25/9 CuT-IG 2-216 . Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.5 Ni 9. in addition to high tensile strength and toughness. By virtue of specific alloy composition the deposit has.8 Cr 25.0 Argon 2.6 PREN ≥40 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V AV J u ≥ 700 ≥ 850 ≥ 25 ≥ 120 ≥ 100 +20 °C: -40 °C: (*) u untreated.

4021 X20Cr13 AISI 409.05 Si 0. and steam turbines with service temperatures of up to +450 °C.6 Cr 11. Machinability depends largely on the degree of base metal dilution.9-93: G Z 13 Nb L ER409Cb BÖHLER KW 5 Nb-IG GMAW solid wire high-alloyed. manifolds. as-welded – shielding gas Ar +8-10 % CO2 a annealed.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.4512 X2CrTi12.6 Mn 0. water. 1. 1.4024 X15Cr13. Resists scaling up to +900 °C. stainless Description Special GMAW welding wire for catalytic converters as well as exhaust silencers. and manifold elbows of analogous or similar materials. mufflers.0 Base Materials analogous or similar alloyed steels 1. 420 Approvals and Certificates SEPROZ. 410. 750 °C/2h – shielding gas Ar +8-10 % CO2 Operating Data Shielding gas: Argon +8-10 % CO2 ø mm 1.5 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Brinell-hardness HB: (*) u 150 a 130 u untreated. very good welding and flow characteristics. Also used for repair welding and surfacing of sealing faces of gas. Outstanding feeding.4006 X10Cr13. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals – 2-217 . 1.

760 °C/2h – shielding gas Ar +8-10 % CO2 Operating Data Shielding gas: Argon +5-10 % CO2 Argon +1-3 % O2 ø mm 1.0 Base Materials 1. AISI 430 Approvals and Certificates – 2-218 . 1. stainless Description Special GMAW welding wire for catalytic converters as well as exhaust silencers. as welded – shielding gas Ar +8-10 % CO2 a annealed.4016 X6Cr17.9-93: G Z 18 Nb L ER430 (mod) BÖHLER CAT 430 L Cb-IG GMAW solid wire high alloyed. Very good welding and flow characteristics. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C <0.5 Mn 0.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.4511 X3CrNb17. Outstanding feeding characteristics.0 Nb >12xC Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Brinell-hardness HB: (*) u 150 a 130 u untreated. mufflers. and manifold elbows of analogous or similar materials. manifolds. Resists scaling up to +900 °C.02 Si 0.5 Cr 18.

and manifold elbows of analogous or similar materials.0 Ti >12xC Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J Brinell-hardness HB (*) u a 150 130 u untreated.03 Si 0. Very good welding and flow characteristics Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. mufflers. Outstanding feeding characteristics. as welded – shielding gas Ar +8-10 % CO2 a annealed.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.0 Base Materials 1. 1.9-93: G Z 18 Ti L ER430(mod) BÖHLER CAT 439 L Ti-IG GMAW solid wire. X8CrTi18 AISI 439 Approvals and Certificates – 2-219 .4016 X6Cr17.8 Mn 0. stainless Description Special GMAW welding wire for catalytic converters as well as exhaust silencers. X3CrTi17.4510.8 Cr 18. 800 °C/1h – shielding gas Ar +8-10 % CO2 Operating Data Shielding gas: Argon +5-10 % CO2 Argon +1-3 % O2 ø mm 1. Resists scaling up to 900 °C. manifolds. 1. high alloyed.4502.

4351 X3CrNi13-4. 1.4313 / CA 6 NM. Tempering at 580 . Designed with precisely tuned alloying composition creating a weld deposit featuring very good ductility.4317 GX4CrNi13-4.4414 GX4CrNiMo13-4 ACI Gr.7 Mn 0.3 Ni 4. BÖHLER CN 13/4-IG and the analogous GTAW rod as well as the coated stick electrode BÖHLER FOX CN 13/4 are very popular in the construction of hydro turbines. CA 6 NM Approvals and Certificates UDT. stainless Description GMAW wire of low-carbon type 13% Cr 4% Ni suited for soft-martensitic steels like 1. CVN toughness and crack resistance despite its high strength.02 Si 0.7 Mo 0.20 °C: (*) u untreated. 1.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u a yield strength Re N/mm2: 950 (≥ 750) 760 tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 1210 (≥ 950) 890 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 12 (≥ 310) 17 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 36 (≥ 330) 80 .Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G 13 4 AWS A5. Maximum heat input 15 kJ/cm. 580 °C/8 h furnace down to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon + (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 680) 800) 315) 350) 347) 8 . Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C ≤ 0.4313 X3CrNiMo13-4. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 13/4 GTAW rod: FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA Metal cored wire: SAW combination: CN CN CN CN 13/4-IG 13/4-MC 13/4-MC (F) 13/4-UP/BB 203 2-220 .) BÖHLER CN 13/4-IG GMAW solid wire high-alloyed.620 °C.9-93: ER410 NiMo (mod.10 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 8 – 10 % CO2 ø mm 1.10 % CO2 a annealed.160 °C. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 8 . Base Materials 1.2 Preheating and interpass temperatures in case of thick-walled sections 100 .6 Cr 12. 1.

300 °C is recommended. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. Good feeding.10 % CO2 a annealed. water. welding and wetting characteristics. unalloyed and low-alloyed joint welds: corrosion resistant Cr-steels as well as other similar-alloyed steels with C-contents ≤ 0. 1. 1. As a general rule it can be observed that the higher the degree of dilution and the C-content of the base metal. Gas mixtures containing CO2 result in higher deposit hardness then CO2-free gas mixtures. Be careful with dilution and welding technology.20% (repair welding).) 1. For joint welding preheating to +200 . heat resistant Cr-steels of similar chemical composition.7 Mn 0. Operating Data shielding gases: ø mm Argon + 8 . Joint welding of similar 13 % chromium steels shows matching colour of the weld metal and very good ability to polishing. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX KW 10 KW 10-IG 2-221 .6 Cr 13.6 (shielding gas depends on the application) Base Materials surfacings: all weldable backing materials. the higher the deposit hardness. 420 Approvals and Certificates SEPROZ.750 °C to increase toughness.4006 X12Cr13.shielding gas Ar + 8 .: G Z 13 ER410 (mod. 720 °C/2 h .4009 BÖHLER KW 10-IG GMAW solid wire high-alloyed. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 8 .9-93: W.4021 X20Cr13 AISI 410.10 % CO2 a 450) 650) 315) –– 200 The hardness of the deposit is greatly influenced by the degree of dilution with the base metal (depending on the relevant welding conditions) and by its chemical composition.6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u yield strength Re N/mm2: (≥ tensile strength Rm N/ mm2: (≥ elongation A ( Lo = 5do) %: (≥ impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: Brinell-hardness HB: 320 (*) u untreated.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5. 5 % CO2 1.10 % CO2 1. The machinability of the weld metal depends largely upon the kind of base metal and degree of dilution. Tempering at +700 .Nr. and steam piping systems at service temperatures up to +450 °C.2 (Argon + 3 % O2 or max. stainless Description GMAW wire of type W Z 13 / ER 410 predominantly used for surfacings of sealing faces of valves for gas.06 Si 0.

10 % CO2 1. 1.10 % CO2 a annealed.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u u .) 1.10 % CO2 The hardness of the deposit is greatly influenced by the degree of dilution with the base metal (depending on the relevant welding conditions) and by its chemical composition. AISI 431 Approvals and Certificates SEPROZ. KWA-IG wire for the cover pass especially in case of sulphur containing combustion gases. the higher the deposit hardness. 5 % CO2 (shielding gas depends on the application) Base Materials surfacings: all weldable backing materials.4015 BÖHLER KWA-IG GMAW solid wire high-alloyed.shielding gas Ar + 8 . As a general rule it can be observed that the higher the degree of dilution and the C-content of the base metal.6 Cr 17.06 Si 0. unalloyed and low-alloyed.6 Mn 0. Excellent feeding. Be careful with dilution and welding technology.300 °C is recommended.4510 X3CrTi17 AISI 430 Ti. Layer a yield strength Re N/mm2: (≥ 340) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: (≥ 540) elongation A (Lo = 5do) %: (≥ 320) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C – Brinell-hardness HB: 180-230 350-450 280-350 230-260 150) (*) u untreated.1. stainless Description GMAW wire of type G 17 / ER430 suitable for surfacing of sealing faces of gas. Operating Data shielding gases: ø mm Argon + 8 .2. Annealing at +730 .20 % (repair welding). For joint welding preheating up to +200 .9-93: W. Also in sulphur containing combustion gas at high temperature.3. UDT Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SKWA FOX SKWAM GMAW solid wire: SKWA-IG SKWAM-IG 2-222 .Nr. water and steam valves and fittings. For thick-walled components it is recommendable to use BÖHLER A 7-IG wire for the filler passes in order to improve the ductility behaviour of the joint weld. 800 °C/1 h .Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5. joint welds: corrosion resistant Cr-steels as well as other similar-alloyed steels with C-contents up to 0. Scaling resistant up to +950 °C.: G 17 ER430 (mod. Gas mixtures containing CO 2 result in higher deposit hardness then CO 2-free gas mixtures. Layer u . Layer u .2 (Argon + 3 % O2 or max. Service temperatures up to +450 °C. as-welded – base material mild steel – shielding gas Ar + 8 . and by the request of colour matching weld deposit/base metal.800 °C improves the toughness of the weld deposit. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. welding and wetting behaviour of the wire and weld metal are important economical features. BÖHLER KWA-IG wire is also suited for joint welding of stainless ferritic steels containing 12-17% chromium.

) 1. as-welded – base metal mild steel – shielding gas Ar + 8 . water and steam valves and fittings made from unalloyed or low-alloyed steels. unalloyed and low-alloyed.6 Cr 17.5 Ti + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u u .8 Mn 0. 1.1.3. furthermore for applications where colour match of the base and weld metal is required. 5 % CO2 (shielding gas depends on the application) ø mm 1. joint welds: corrosion resistant Cr-steels as well as other similar-alloyed steels with C-contents up to 0. Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 8 .shielding gas Ar + 8 .10 % CO2 (Argon + 3 % O2 or max.0 1. The wire exhibits good feeding properties with excellent welding and wetting characteristics. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SKWA FOX SKWAM GMAW solid wire: KWA-IG SKWAM-IG 2-223 . Be careful with dilution and welding technology. ÖBB.2 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. 431 Approvals and Certificates DB (20. Preheat to 250 .20% (repair welding). 750 °C/2 h . As a general rule it can be observed that the higher the degree of dilution and the C-content of the base metal. stainless Description GMAW wire of type G Z 17 Ti / ER430 for build up on sealing faces of gas. the higher the deposit hardness.Nr.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.450 °C for joint welding.4510 X3CrTi17 AISI 430Ti. Scaling resistant up to +900 °C. SKWA-IG wire is also suited for joint welding of stainless ferritic steels containing 13-18 % chromium steels.4502 BÖHLER SKWA-IG GMAW solid wire high-alloyed.10 % CO2 The hardness of the deposit is greatly influenced by the degree of dilution with the base metal (depending on the relevant welding conditions) and by its chemical composition. Layer u .9-93: W.07 Si 0.6 Base Materials surfacings: all weldable backing materials.: G Z 17 Ti ER430 (mod. Layer u . UDT. Gas mixtures containing CO2 result in higher deposit hardness then CO2-free gas mixtures. Service temperatures up to + 500 °C.11).2.10 % CO2 a annealed.750 °C improves the toughness of the weld deposit.014. Layer a yield strength Re N/mm2: (≥ 300) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: (≥ 500) elongation A (Lo = 5do) %: (≥ 320) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C – Brinell-hardness HB: 150-170 300-400 200-300 170-220 130) (*) u untreated. Annealing at 650 .

Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: W. Layer a yield strength Re N/mm2: (≥ 500) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: (≥ 700) elongation A (Lo = 5do) %: (≥ 315) impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C – Brinell-hardness HB: appr. above all for applications where uniform colour of the base metal and weld seam is required. joint welds: corrosion resistant Cr-steels as well as other similar-alloyed steels with C-contents up to 0. water and steam valves and fittings made from unalloyed or low-alloy steels. SWAM-IG wire for the cover pass.014. The weld deposit is still machinable. the higher the deposit hardness.0 Mo 1. Be careful with dilution and welding technology. Layer u .00). SKWAM-IG wire is also suited for joint welding of stainless ferritic steels containing 13-18 % chromium.Nr.7 Mn 0. 350 400-500 380-450 330-400 200) (*) u untreated. for service temperatures up to +450 °C.6 (shielding gas depends on the application) Base Materials surfacings: all weldable backing materials. 720 °C/2 h – shielding gas Ar + 8 – 10 % CO2 The hardness of the deposit is greatly influenced by the degree of dilution with the base metal (depending on the relevant welding conditions) and by its chemical composition. Gas mixtures containing CO2 result in higher deposit hardness then CO2-free gas mixtures.: G Z 17 Mo H 1. as-welded – base metal mild steel – shielding gas Ar + 8 – 10 % CO2 a annealed.750 °C improves the toughness of the weld deposit. Approvals and Certificates KTA 1408 1 (8044. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SKWA FOX SKWAM GMAW solid wire: KWA-IG SKWA-IG 2-224 . For thick-walled components it is recommendable to use BÖHLER A 7-IG wire for the filler passes in order to improve the ductility behaviour of the joint weld. Annealing at 650 . Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.19). DB (20.3. unalloyed and low-alloyed.2. stainless Description GMAW solid wire of type 17 % Cr 1 % Mo for surfacing on sealing faces of gas. UDT.2 (Argon + 3 % O2 or max.1. Operating Data shielding gases: ø mm Argon + 8 .4115 BÖHLER SKWAM-IG GMAW solid wire high-alloyed. Scaling resistant up to +900 °C. Layer u . ÖBB.450 °C for joint welding operations. As a general rule it can be observed that the higher the degree of dilution and the C-content of the base metal.7 Cr 17.20 Si 0. Excellent anti-friction properties.1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u u .10 % CO2 1. 5 % CO2 1.20 % (repair welding). Preheating to 250 .

Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G 19 9 L Si AWS A5. 321. B8C or D Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (3159.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10 AISI 304. 2.5 % CO2 ø mm 0. C9.2 Base Materials 1.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10. 302. CL (0579).4301 X5CrNi18-10. 1. 304L.0 1. 1. ÖBB.014.0 Ni 10. 1.4311 X2CrNiN18-10.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 420 630 38 110 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 570) 335) 375) 332) + 20 °C: .5% CO2 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + max. A320 Gr. 347. UDT.4316 BÖHLER EAS 2-IG (Si) GMAW solid wire high-alloyed.8 1.7 Cr 20.8 Mn 1. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A FOX EAS 2-VD GTAW rod: EAS 2-IG Metal cored wire: EAS 2-MC GMAW flux cored wire: EAS 2-FD EAS 2 PW-FD SAW combination: EAS 2-UP /BB 202 2-225 .9-93: ER308 L Si W.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10.02 Si 0. ÜZ (43. Resistance to intergranular corrosion up to +350 °C. chemical resistant Description GMAW wire of type G 19 9 L Si / ER308LSi designed for first class welding.014/1). 1. GL (4550S). wetting and feeding characteristics and excellent weld metal CVN values down to -196 °C. TÜV-A (98).).4312 GX10CrNi18-8. ASTM A157 Gr. DNV (308L). DB (43.: 1. 304LN. 1.196 °C: (*) u untreated.Nr.09). as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 2. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.4306 X2CrNi19-11. 1.

LTSS. CF 8 C. UDT.9-93: ER347 Si W. 304LN. 1. GL (4550S).2 Base Materials 1. 1.03 Si 0. wetting and feeding characteristics as well as reliable corrosion resistance up to +400 °C. C9.7 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 400) (≥ 570) (≥ 330) + 20 °C: (≥ 365) .5 % CO2 ø mm 0.196 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated. chemical resistant Description GMAW wire of type G 19 9 Nb Si / ER347Si designed for first class welding.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10.). A320 Gr. B8C or D Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0025.4551 BÖHLER SAS 2-IG (Si) GMAW solid wire high-alloyed.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G 19 9 NbSi AWS A5. TÜV-A (78).4552 GX5CrNiNb19-11. 1.: 1.5 % CO2 u 460 630 33 110 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + max. 304.Nr. 302.4312 GX10CrNi18-8.4306 X2CrNi19-11 AISI 347. 1. 1.3 Cr 19.0 1. 304L. Low temperature service down to -196 °C.4 Ni 9. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 2. 2.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10. A157 Gr. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 2 FOX SAS 2-A GTAW rod: GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: SAS SAS SAS SAS 2-IG 2-FD 2 PW-FD 2-UP/BB 202 2-226 .9 Mn 1.4301 X5CrNi18-10. 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. ASTM A296 Gr.4311 X2CrNiN18-10.8 1. 1. 321.

chemical resistant Description GMAW wire of type G 19 12 3 L Si / ER316LSi designed for first class welding. 1. 316Ti.4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2 UNS S31653. wetting and feeding characteristics as well as reliable corrosion resistance up to +400 °C. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.2 Base Materials 1. GL (4429S). DNV (316L). 1.11).4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX EAS 4 M-TS GTAW rod: EAS 4 M-IG Metal cored wire: EAS 4 GMAW flux cored wire: EAS 4 EAS 4 SAW combination: EAS 4 M-MC M-FD PW-FD M-UP/BB 202 2-227 .014/1). Statoil. 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (3233. UDT. TÜV-A (100). 1.).5 % CO2 ø mm 0.4 Ni 12. DB (43. 2.-Nr.196°C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 2.9-93: ER316 L Si W.4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2. Low temperature service down to -196 °C.4 Mo 2.014.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2. AISI 316L. 1.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3.8 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G 19 12 3 L Si AWS A5. 1. CL (0408).5 % CO2 u 450 630 38 120 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + max.8 Mn 1. ÜZ (43.0 1.02 Si 0.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. 1.: 1.7 Cr 18. high-alloyed.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3. ÖBB.8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 380) (≥ 560) (≥ 335) + 20 °C: (≥ 370) .4430 BÖHLER EAS 4 M-IG (Si) GMAW solid wire.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2. 1.

014.8 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 390) (≥ 600) (≥ 330) + 20 °C: (≥ 370) .).5 Mo 2. UDT. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 2.: G 19 12 3 NbSi ER318 (mod.4437 GX6CrNiMo18-12. 1.Nr.5 % CO2 u 490 670 33 100 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + max. ÖBB.4581 GX5CrNiMoNb19-11-2. 316Ti.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. 2.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3 AISI 316L.9-93: W. DB (43. Low temperature service down to -120 °C.4576 BÖHLER SAS 4-IG (Si) GMAW solid wire high-alloyed.) 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. 1.2 Base Materials 1. 1. TÜV-A (135). ÜZ (43.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2.0 Ni 11.8 1.8 Mn 1.04).4 Cr 19. chemical resistant Description GMAW wire of type G 19 12 3 Nb Si / ER318Si designed for first class welding. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 4 FOX SAS 4-A GTAW rod: SAS 4-IG GMAW flux cored wire: SAS 4-FD SAS 4 PW-FD SAW combination: SAS 4-UP/BB 202 2-228 .5 % CO2 ø mm 0. 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2.014/1).4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2.0 1.120 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated. 1. 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (3492. 1.035 Si 0. wetting and feeding characteristics as well as reliable corrosion resistance up to +400 °C.

16 PREN 37.7 Mn 7.4453 (mod. 1.2 Base Materials 1.9-93: ER317 LN (mod.: 1. UNS S31726 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (04139. 317L. 1. DNV (X).0 1. Resistance to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.5 Mo 4.Nr. UDT Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX ASN 5 FOX ASN 5-A GTAW rod: ASN 5-IG GMAW flux cored wire: E317L-FD* E317L PW-FD* SAW combination: ASN 5-UP /BB 203 * for similar alloyed base metals only. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 400) (≥ 600) (≥ 330) + 20 °C: (≥ 370) .) BÖHLER ASN 5-IG (Si) GMAW solid wire high-alloyed.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12 AISI 316Cb.4429 X2CrNiMoN17-13-3.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3. highly corrosion resistant Description GMAW wire for 3-4 % Mo alloyed CrNi-steels like 1. not fully austenitic. 1.3 %) to compensate for segregation when welding high molybdenum alloyed steels. 1.) W.0 Cr 19. 2-229 .4438 X2CrNiMo18-15-4.1 FN ≤ 0.).03 Si 0. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 20 % He + 0. BÖHLER ASN 5-IG (Si) has an increased Mo content (4.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G Z 18 16 5 NL AWS A5.4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5. 2 % CO2 Argon + 20 % He + 0.30 % He + max.0 Ni 17. thus producing equivalent corrosion resistance to the relevant base metals offering a 3-4 % Mo guarantee.4438 / 317L. GL (4439S). 316 LN.3 N 0. The weld metal shows a stable austenitic microstructure with good pitting resistance (PREN > 35) and crevice corrosion resistance as well as excellent CVN toughness behaviour down to -196 °C.196 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated. 317LN.5 % CO2 ø mm 1.5 % CO2 u 430 650 35 110 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 20 .

1 Mo 3. centrifuges. 1.5 Cr 22.22 PREN 37 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 430) (≥ 600) (≥ 330) + 20 °C: (≥ 370) .: 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G Z 22 17 8 4 NL W.2 Ni 18.3952 X2CrNiMoN18-14-3. Base Materials 1.3948 X4CrNiMnMoN19-13-8. bleaching plants and in special shipbuilding.0 Argon + 20 % He + 0.4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5 Approvals and Certificates WIWEB.5 % CO2 1. 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.30 % He + max. Suited for temperatures up to +350 °C. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX AM 400 GTAW rod: AM 400-IG 2-230 . GL (3954S).196 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated.2 Preheating of the base metal is not required. 1. 2 % CO2 1.3954 BÖHLER AM 400-IG GMAW solid wire high-alloyed. fully austenitic and nonmagnetic material is distinguished by its especially high resistance to pitting. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 20 % He + 0.6 N 0. and up to +400 °C in media that do not induce intergranular corrosion. Ar + 8 % O2 are especially suited.02 Si 0. 1.5 % CO2 u 440 680 35 120 Operating Data shielding gases: ø mm Argon + 20 .5 % CO2 or Ar + 3 % O2.7 Mn 7. shielding gases such as Ar + 8 % O2 + 2.Nr. Field of application in sea water desalinisation plants. highly corrosion resistant Description This N-alloyed. Excellent cryogenic toughness. The interpass temperature must be limited to a maximum of +150 °C. crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking.3951 X2CrNiMoN22-15.3964 X2CrNiMnMoNNb21-16-5-3. For GMAW welding.

4539 / 904L.and phosphorus production. the risk of intergranular corrosion can be avoided. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 20/25 M FOX CN 20/25 M-A GTAW rod: CN 20/25 M-IG 2-231 . flue gas desulphurisation plants.). TÜV-A (476). Due to the high Mo content (6.5 N 0.2 %) in comparison to W. 1.2 Base Materials same-alloyed CrNi-steels with high Mo-content 1.9-93: ER385 (mod. The GMAW wire exhibits good feeding.196 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated. Very high pitting resistant equivalent (PREN ≥ 45) – pitting potential (%Cr + 3.0 Ni 25. petrochemical industry.4539 respectively UNS N08904. welding and wetting characteristics.5 % CO2 u 410 650 39 100 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 20 .Nr. 1. fatty-.12 PREN ≥ 45. further on for fertilizer production. ø mm 0.4 Mo 6. UDT.and formic acid production.5 % CO2 Preheating and post weld heat treatment is not required by the deposit. S31726 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4897. The fully austenitic weld metal possess a marked resistance towards pitting and crevice corrosion in chloride containing media. as well as sea.2 Cu 1.-No. pulp and paper industry. The high Ni-content in comparison to standard CrNi-weld metals leads to high resistance against stress corrosion cracking.4519 (mod.4539 X1NiCrMoCu25-20-5. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.and brackish water. acetic.) W.4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5.30 % He + max.and formic acid.4537 X1CrNiMoCuN25-25-5 UNS N08904. highly corrosion resistant Description GMAW wire for corrosion resistant 4-5 % Mo alloyed CrNi-steels like 1.0 1. Statoil.7 Mn 4. acetic.3 x %Mo + 30 x %N). Special applicable in sulphur.8 1. phosphorus-. Caused from the low C-content of the weld metal.7 Cr 20. Highly resistant against sulphur-.: 1. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 20 % He + 0. the high segregation rate of high Mo-alloyed CrNiweld metal can be compensated. sea water sludge fittings and pickling plants which are proceeded with sea or brackish water.) BÖHLER CN 20/25 M-IG (Si) GMAW solid wire high-alloyed. 2 % CO2 Argon + 20 % He + 0.02 Si 0.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 350) (≥ 600) (≥ 330) + 20 °C: (≥ 370) . Interpass temperature should not exceed +150 °C. 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G Z 20 25 5 Cu NL AWS A5.

Statoil.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G 22 9 3 NL AWS A5.).: 1. The wire exhibits good feeding.) BÖHLER CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW solid wire high-alloyed.4362 X2CrNiN23-4. The preferred gas for MIG welding is Argon + 20 % Helium + 2 % CO2.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 together with 1.8 Mo 3.4462 (mod. By virtue of specific alloy composition which includes an extremely low oxygen content the deposit has.2 Preheating and post weld heat treatment is not required be the weld deposit. 1 % O2 1. 1. ferritic-austenitic steels with higher tensile strength 1. S32205 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4483. in addition to high tensile strength and toughness. P295GH.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.Nr. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.7 Cr 22.0 Argon + 20 . highly corrosion resistant Description GMAW wire particularly suitable for welding of ferritic-austenitic duplex steels.40 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated.5 Ni 8. In order to ensure good deposit properties. Interpass temperature should not exceed +150 °C. S355N. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 22/9 N-B FOX CN 22/9 N GTAW rod: CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW flux cored wire: CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD SAW combination: CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 2-232 .4 Mn 1. welding and wetting characteristics of the wire. CL (0311). DNV (X). 2 % CO2 1.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 together with P235GH / P265GH. Suited for temperatures down to -40 °C and up to +250 °C.30 % He + max. Ferrite content 30 – 60 FN (WRC). Base Materials same-alloyed duplex steels. 1. TÜV-A (424).2 N 0. UDT. 1.15 PREN ≥ 35 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 600) (≥ 720) (≥ 325) + 20 °C: (≥ 370) . GL (4462S). S255N. also excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking and pitting (PREN >35). care must be taken to achieve controlled dilution and thorough back purging. as well as similar-alloyed. 16Mo3 UNS S31803.9-93: ER2209 W. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 20 % He + 2 % CO2 u 660 830 28 85 Operating Data shielding gases: ø mm Argon + 20 .30 % He + max.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3.015 Si 0.

g.22 Cu 0. For applications requiring low Hydrogen. FALC 100 Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals Stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX CN 25/9 CuT CN 25/9 CuT-IG 2-233 .5 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + 20-30 % He + 0.4501 X2CrNiMoCuWN 25-7-4 UNS S 32750.5 Mo 3.5-2 % CO2 Argon + 20-30 % He + max.6 PREN ≥ 40 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V Av J u ≥ 700 ≥ 850 ≥ 25 ≥ 120 ≥ 100 +20 °C: -50 °C: (*) untreated. also excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking and pitting corrosion.6 T 0.3 Ni 9.9-93: G 25 9 4 NL ER2553(mod) BÖHLER CN 25/9 CuT-IG GMAW solid wire high alloyed.02 Si 0. as welded – shielding gas Argon + He + 0. in addition to high tensile strength and toughness. SAF 25/07.7 N 0.2 Base Materials 25 % Cr-Superduplex steels e. highly corrosion resistant Description GMAW wire highly suitable for welding ferritic-austenitic superduplex steels. Well suited for the conditions in the offshore field.8 Cr 25. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5. we offer the product BÖHLER CN 25/9 CuT-IG-LH with Hydrogen Content guaranteed less than 3 ppm. The operating temperature is -50 °C up to +250 °C.3 Mn 0. S 32760 ZERON 100. By virtue of specific alloy composition the deposit has. 1 % O2 ø mm 1.0 1. 1.

1.38 22 . angel appr.5 mm.550 voltage V 16 .20 mm and length of arc 3 . flat and smooth bead profiles. to AWS A 4.620 °C.0 Ni 4. 1.6 250 .7 Mn 0. excellent wetting behaviour and safe penetration. minimum spatter formation. BÖHLER CN 13/4-MC offers favourable spray arc or pulsarc characteristics.160 °C.40 Welding with conventional or pulsed power sources (slightly trailing torch position.4351 X3CrNiMo 13-4. Tempering at 580 .6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 800 990 12 40 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 750) 950) 310) 330) a 760 900 16 65 60 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 680) 800) 315) 350) 347) +20 °C: -20 °C: (*) u untreated. 80 °).4317 GX4CrNi13-4.) BÖHLER CN 13/4-MC Metal cored wire. 580 °C/8 h/furnace down to 300 °C/Air – shielding gas Ar + 2. The hydrogen content is extra low (maximum 4 ml/100 g acc. stainless Description Metal cored wire for the fabrication and repair welding of hydro turbine components made of soft martensitic 13 % Cr 4 % Ni alloyed steels and cast steels.2 130 .5 % CO2 a annealed.6 Mo 0.3-93). It is easy to operate in all welding positions.9 Cr 12. Significant gains in productivity can be realized by higher deposition rates and reduced post weld grinding when compared to GMAW using solid wires. high alloyed. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 2. Additionally. ACI Grade CA 6 NM.9-93: EC410NiMo(mod. precise alloy adjustment ensure very good impact test results of the heat treated weld metal. 1.5 % CO2 Operating Data Shielding gas: Argon + 2. Base Materials 1.4313 X3CrNiMo13-4. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0. Recommended stick out 18 . Recommended preheating and interpass temperatures in case of heavy wall thicknesses are 100 .4414 GX4CrNiMo13-4 Approvals and Certificates SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 13/4 FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA GTAW rod: CN 13/4-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: SAW combination: CN 13/4-IG CN 13/4-MC (F) CN 13/4-UP/BB 203 2-234 .5 % CO2 ø mm amps A 1.025 Si 0.370 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – Metal cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 13 4 MM 2 AWS A5. Maximum heat input 15 kJ/cm.

ACI Grade CA6NM. It is easy to operate in all welding positions.550 22 .4414 GX4CrNiMo13-4 Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 13/4 FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA GTAW rod: CN 13/4-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 13/4-IG Metal cored wire: CN 13/4-MC SAW combination: CN 13/4-UP/BB 203 2-235 .2 Ni 4. flat and smooth bead profiles.5 % CO2 Operating Data ø mm amps A voltage V 1. Recommended preheating and interpass temperatures in case of heavy wall thicknesses are 100-160 °C.4351 X3CrNiMo 13-4. Shielding gas: Argon + 2. 80 °). 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0. Positional weldability of metal cored wires is similar to solid wires. Tempering at 580-620 °C.6 Mo 0.03 Si 0.7 Mn 0. Significant gains in productivity can be realized by higher deposition rates and reduced post weld grinding when compared to GMAW using solid wires.5 % CO2 Base Materials 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – Metal cored Wires EN 12073:2000: T 13 4 MM 2 AWS A5.38 1.4317 GX4CrNi13-4.40 Welding with conventional or pulsed power sources (preferably slightly trailing torch position.370 16 .4313 X3CrNiMo13-4.) BÖHLER CN 13/4-MC (F) Metal cored wire.2 130 .9 Cr 12. Recommended stick out 18-20 mm and length of arc 3-5 mm. high alloyed. 580 °C/8 h/furnace to 300 °C/air – shielding gas Argon + 2. stainless Description Metal cored wire for welding of hydro turbine components made of soft martensitic 13 % Cr 4 % Ni alloyed cast steels.6 250 . The hydrogen content is low (maximum 5 ml/100 g acc. 1.6 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: Impact strength ISO-V KV J a 700 880 16 55 45 (≥ 680) (≥ 800) (≥ 315) +20 °C: -20 °C: (*) a annealed/tempered.3-93). 1. Maximum heat input 15 kJ/cm. to AWS A 4. minimum spatter formation.9-93: EC410NiMo(mod. BÖHLER CN 13/4-MC (F) offers favourable spray arc or pulsarc characteristics. excellent wetting behaviour and safe penetration. angel appr.

80 °).4311 X2CrNiN18-10. Suitable for service temperatures from -196 °C to +350 °C.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10. The wider arc. 1. AISI 304.03 Si 0.4308 GX6CrNi18-9. AISI 304 LN. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 2. AISI 321.30 Welding with conventional or pulsed power sources (preferably slightly leading torch position.4306 X2CrNi19-11.280 voltage V 13 .6 Mn 1.196 °C: u untreated. Base Materials 1. chemical resistant Description Böhler EAS 2-MC is an austenitic CrNi-metal cored wire for GMAW applicable for same or similar alloyed. This product achieves high productivity and is easy to operate.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10.1. ASTM A157 Gr. AISI 347. C9. high-alloyed.5 % CO2 ø mm 1. 1.4552 GX5CrNiNb18-9 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09987.4301 X5CrNi18-10. smooth almost spatter free weld finish. will reduce the risk of lack of fusion and is less sensitive against misalignment of edges and different gap widths. in comparison to solid wire.4 Cr 19.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – Metal cored Wires EN 12073:2000: T 19 9 L MM 1 AWS A5. It provides excellent welding characteristics.9-93: EC308L BÖHLER EAS 2-MC Metal cored wire. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u 380 540 37 80 40 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 520) 335) 347) 332) + 20 °C: .4312 GX10CrNi18-8.5 % CO2 Operating Data Shielding gas: Argon + 2. 1. Positional weldability of metal cored wires is similar to solid wires (puls arc welding is recommended). B8C or D. ASTM A320 Gr. AISI 302. angel appr.00) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A FOX EAS 2-VD FOX GTAW-rod: EAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: EAS 2-IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: EAS 2 PW-FD EAS 2-FD SAW combination: EAS 2-UP/BB 202 2-236 . 1.8 Ni 10. 1. corrosion resistant CrNi-steels.2 amps A 60 . stabilized or non stabilized. 1. AISI 321. AISI 304 L. Recommended stick out 15-20 mm and length of arc 3-5 mm. 1.

angel appr.30 Welding with conventional or pulsed power sources (preferably slightly leading torch position.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2. This product achieves high productivity and is easy to operate. Base Materials 1. AISI 316L. 1.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3.4 Cr 18. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 2.00) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX FOX FOX FOX EAS EAS EAS EAS 4 4 4 4 M M-A M-VD M-TS GTAW rod: EAS 4 GMAW flux cored wire: EAS 4 EAS 4 SAW combination: EAS 4 M-IG M-FD PW-FD M-UP/BB 202 2-237 .4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. It provides excellent welding characteristics.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2. 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09988. 1.9-93: EC316L BÖHLER EAS 4 M-MC Metal cored wire high-alloyed. smooth almost spatter free weld finish.280 voltage V 13 .4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2 UNS S31653. 1. corrosion resistant CrNiMo-steels.5 % CO2 Operating Data Shielding gas: Argon + 2. 1. chemical resistant Description Böhler EAS 4 M-MC is an austenitic CrNiMo-metal cored wire for GMAW applicable for same or similar alloyed. 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – Metal cored Wires EN 12073:2000: T 19 12 3 L MM1 AWS A5. Recommended stick out 15-20 mm and length of arc 3-5 mm.03 Si 0. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0.4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2.8 Ni 12. 1. 1. 316Ti.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2. The wider arc.2 Mo 2. Suitable for service temperatures from -196 °C to +400 °C. in comparison to solid wire. 80 °).2 amps A 60 .6 Mn 1. Positional weldability of metal cored wires is similar to solid wires (puls arc welding is recommended). will reduce the risk of lack of fusion and is less sensitive against misalignment of edges and different gap widths.5 % CO2 ø mm 1.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u 410 560 34 75 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 520) 330) 347) 332) +20 °C: -196 °C: u untreated.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3. stabilized or non stabilized.

4312 GX10CrNi18-8. chemical resistant Description Rutile strip alloyed flux cored welding wire of type T 19 9 L R / E308LT0 for GMAW of stainless steels like 1.22-95: E308LT1-4/-1 (for ø 0.22-95: E308LT0-4 E308LT0-1 EN 12073:1999: T 19 9 L P M (C) 1 (for ø 0. GL (4550 (C1.14).4541 X6CrNiTi18-10. ÜZ (43.2 mm and 1.). as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 350) 520) 335) 347) 332) Operating Data re-drying: possible.5 mm and ø 1. CWB (E308LT0-1(4)).18 l/min 2-238 . M21)). Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. almost no spatter formation and temper discoloration.4311 X2CrNiN18-10. 80 °).03 Si 0.35 Ø 0. DB (43.4301 X5CrNi18-10.2 125 .6 mm are recommended mainly for downhand and horizontal welding positions as well as in position PC/2G and slightly vertical down. Increased travel speeds as well as little demand for cleaning and pickling provide considerable savings in time and money.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10.350 voltage V 21 .4306 X2CrNi19-11.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 380 (≥ 560 (≥ 40 (≥ +20 °C: 60 (≥ -196 °C: 35 (≥ (*) u untreated.2 mm can be used for wall thicknesses from 3 mm upwards. ASTM A157 Gr.9 mm) BÖHLER EAS 2-FD GMAW flux cored wire. 1. This product achieves high productivity and is easy to operate providing excellent operating characteristics. 347. 1. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A FOX EAS 2-VD GTAW rod: EAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS EAS EAS EAS 2-IG (Si) 2-MC 2 PW-FD 2-UP/BB 202 Ø 1.8 Ni 10.9 mm is well suitable for welding of sheet metal from 1. 1. Wire ø 0.30 20 .014. 304LN. self releasing slag.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10 AISI 304.014/2). BÖHLER EAS 2-FD ø 0. 304L. 1.9 100 . the gas flow should be 15 . A320 Gr. C9. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. 150 °C/24 h shielding gases: Argon + 15 . Suitable for service temperatures from -196 °C to +350 °C. ÖBB. high-alloyed. 1. B8C or D Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5348.2 Base Materials 1. smooth weld finish and safe penetration. 1.9 Ø 1.5 Cr 19.9 mm is designed for positional welding.6 200 .6 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible.4306 / 304L.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 19 9 L R M 3 T 19 9 L R C 3 AWS A5. wire ø 1. TÜV-A (514).34 25 .7 Mn 1. UDT. 321.280 1.160 1. CL (1093).9 mm) AWS A5.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm amps A 0. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. 302.

B8C or D Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09117.014/02). 1F.25 % CO2 or 100 % CO2).8 Ni 10. high-alloyed. 1. Additional cost effective benefits are offered through use of less expensive shielding gases (Argon + 15 . the gas flow should be 15 . 1. 302.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 380 (≥ 560 (≥ 40 (≥ +20 °C: 70 (≥ -196 °C: 45 (≥ (*) u untreated. 2F) our flux cored wire BÖHLER EAS 2-FD should be preferred. UDT. CWB (E308LT1-1(4)).18 l/min Base Materials 1.5 Cr 19. 347.2 100 . chemical resistant Description Rutile strip alloyed flux cored welding wire with fast freezing slag providing excellent positional operating characteristics and fast travel speeds. 321.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 Welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. 150 °C / 24 h 1. slight weaving is recommended for positional welding.23). little temper discoloration & bead oxidation (less pickling expenses).260 21 -29 Argon + 15 .4311 X2CrNiN18-10. This flux cored welding wire offers many economical and quality advantages over solid wire pulse arc welding.220 20 . C9. Due to its characteristics mainly for positional welding and service temperatures between -196 °C to . good wetting characteristics (less grinding). DB (43. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. It is easy to use and operates with a powerful penetrating spray arc transfer.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10 AISI 304.6 175 . A320 Gr. 1. ÜZ (43.4301 X5CrNi18-10. CL (1255). and smooth and clean weld finish (less post weld work).03 Si 0.4312 GX10CrNi18-8. For downhand & horizontal welding positions (1G.4306 X2CrNi19-11. 1. 1. 304LN.). ÖBB.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: AWS A5.31 shielding gases: 1. 80 °). ASTM A157 Gr. minimum spatter formation and self releasing slag.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10.7 Mn 1. easy operation and safe penetration (reduces the risk of weld defects and associated repair work costs). 304L. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 350) 520) 335) 347) 332) Operating Data re-drying: ø mm amps A voltage V possible. High deposition rates and productivity gains are easily achievable. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A FOX EAS 2-VD GTAW rod: EAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS EAS EAS EAS 2-IG (Si) 2-MC 2-FD 2-UP/BB202 2-239 .+350 °C. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. 1.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10.014.22-95: T 19 9 L P M 1 T 19 9 L P C 1 E308LT1-4 E308LT1-1 BÖHLER EAS 2 PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.

150 °C / 24 h 1.2 125 .4546 / 347.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: AWS A5.18 l/min Ø 1. B8C or D Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09740. almost no spatter formation and temper discoloration.0 Ni 10.280 20 .4311 X2CrNiN18-10. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. smooth weld finish and safe penetration. Suitable for service temperatures from -196 °C to +400 °C. self releasing slag.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10.22-95: T 19 9 Nb R M 3 T 19 9 Nb R C 3 E347T0-4 E347T0-1 BÖHLER SAS 2-FD GMAW flux cored wire. 1. 304LN.6 Base Materials 1.4 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 420 600 35 75 45 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 380) 560) 330) 347) 332) 332) +20 °C: -120 °C: -196 °C: (*) u untreated.2 Ø 1.34 shielding gases: 1. 80 °). 1. 1. 302. A320 Gr. 1. C9. BÖHLER SAS 2-FD is designed for single and multi-pass welding mainly in the flat and horizontal position.4 Cr 19. This product achieves high productivity and is easy to operate providing excellent operating characteristics. 304L. 321.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. Increased travel speeds as well as little demand for cleaning and pickling provide considerable savings in time and money. ASTM A296 Gr.4552 GX5CrNiNb19-11. 1.7 Mn 1. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 Operating Data re-drying: ø mm amps A voltage V possible. high-alloyed. CF 8 C. chemical resistant Description Rutile strip alloyed flux cored welding wire of type T 19 9 Nb R / E347LT0 for GMAW of stainless steels like 1. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 2 FOX SAS 2-A GTAW rod: SAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: SAS 2-IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: SAS 2 PW-FD SAW combination: SAS 2-UP/BB 202 2-240 .6 200 .4546 X5CrNiNb18-10.). 304.4306 X2CrNi19-11 AISI 347. A157 Gr.03 Si 0.4312 GX10CrNi18-8. horizontal/vertical position as well as the slightly vertical-down position (1 o'clock). the gas flow should be 15 . 1.35 Argon + 15 . 1.350 25 .4301 X5CrNi18-10.

150 °C / 24 h 1. 1.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10. A157 Gr. 304LN.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 380) 560) 330) 347) 335) Operating Data re-drying: ø mm amps A voltage V possible.4311 X2CrNiN18-10. good wetting characteristics (less grinding). High deposition rates and productivity gains are easily achievable. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 2 FOX SAS 2-A GTAW rod: SAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: SAS 2-IG (Si) SAS 2-FD SAS 2-UP/BB 202 2-241 .4 Cr 19. easy operation and safe penetration (reduces the risk of weld defects and associated repair work costs). It is easy to use and operates with a powerful penetrating spray arc transfer.18 l/min Base Materials 1. the gas flow should be 15 . 1F. B8C or D Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10059. 1. 80 °).4306 X2CrNi19-11 AISI 347. 1.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10. slight weaving is recommended for positional welding.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10. 304.31 shielding gases: Argon + 15 . This flux cored welding wire offers many economical and quality advantages over solid wire pulse arc welding. 1. Additional cost effective benefits are offered through use of less expensive shielding gases.7 Mn 1.0 Ni 10. 1. 302.4 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 420 (≥ 600 (≥ 35 (≥ + 20 °C: 75 (≥ . when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. 304L. 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.4552 GX5CrNiNb19-11.). high-alloyed. 2F) our flux cored wire BÖHLER SAS 2FD should be preferred.03 Si 0. 321.4312 GX10CrNi18-8. chemical resistant Description Rutile strip alloyed flux cored welding wire with fast freezing slag providing excellent positional operating characteristics and fast travel speeds. C9.2 100 .4301 X5CrNi18-10.22-95: T 19 9 Nb P M 1 T 19 9 Nb P C 1 E347T1-4 E347T1-1 BÖHLER SAS 2 PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire. little temper discoloration & bead oxidation (less pickling expenses). minimum spatter formation and self releasing slag. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. For downhand and horizontal welding positions (1G.120 °C: 38 (≥ (*) u untreated. and smooth and clean weld finish (less post weld work). 1. ASTM A296 Gr. Due to its characteristics mainly for positional welding and service temperatures between -120 °C to +400 °C.220 20 . A320 Gr. CF 8 C.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: AWS A5.

316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5349.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2.9 mm is designed for positional welding. 1. 1. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. DB (43. TÜV-A (515).4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2 UNS S31653.6 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. self releasing slag.9 100 . high-alloyed.03 Si 0.350 voltage V 21 . 1.280 1.18 l/min 2-242 .9 mm is well suitable for welding of sheet metal from 1. 1. E316LT0-1 chemical resistant EN 12073:1999: T 19 12 3 L P M (C) 1 (for ø 0. Resists intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C. 150 °C/24 h shielding gases: Argon + 15 . CWB (E316LT0-1(4)). almost no spatter formation and temper discoloration. AISI 316L. 80 °). BF. This product achieves high productivity and is easy to operate providing excellent operating characteristics.2 125 . ÖBB. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr.0 Mo 2.22-95: E316LT0-4 GMAW flux cored wire.34 25 .014/2). Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. horizontal/vertical position as well as the slightly vertical-down position (1 o'clock).9 mm) BÖHLER EAS 4 M-FD Description Rutile flux cored welding wire of type T 19 12 3 L R / E316LT0 for GMAW of stainless steels like 1.9 mm) AWS A5.30 20 . wire ø 1. Increased travel speeds as well as little demand for cleaning and pickling provide considerable savings in time and money. Wire ø 0. ÜZ (43. CL (1131). M21)). SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX EAS 4 M-TS GTAW rod: EAS 4 M-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS EAS EAS EAS 4 4 4 4 M-IG (Si) M-MC PW-FD M-UP/BB 202 Ø 1.014. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 350) 520) 330) 347) 332) Operating Data re-drying: possible.4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2.2 mm can be used for wall thicknesses from 3 mm and up. Suitable for service temperatures of -120 °C to +400 °C.7 Mn 1.6 200 .25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm amps A 0.). 316Ti.2 Base Materials 1. 1.35 Ø 0.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3. BÖHLER EAS 4 M-FD ø 0.5 Cr 19. GL (4571 (C1. 1. LR (DX.15).6 mm are recommended mainly for downhand and horizontal welding positions.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 400 (≥ 560 (≥ 38 (≥ + 20 °C: 55 (≥ . 316LS).4435 / 316L.22-95: E316LT1-4/-1 (for ø 0. smooth weld finish and safe penetration.5 to 3 mm (out of position > 5 mm) and ø 1.9 Ø 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.120 °C: 35 (≥ (*) u untreated.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 19 12 3 L R M 3 T 19 12 3 L R C 3 AWS A5. the gas flow should be 15 .4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2. 1.0 Ni 12. UDT.2 mm and 1.160 1.

as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 350) 520) 330) 347) 332) Operating Data re-drying: ø mm amps A voltage V possible. little temper discoloration & bead oxidation (less pickling expenses).31 shielding gases: 1. For downhand & horizontal welding positions (1G. 1. CL (1461).4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX EAS 4 M-TS EAS 4 M-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: EAS EAS EAS EAS 4 4 4 4 M-IG (Si) M-MC M-FD M-UP/BB 202 GTAW rod: 2-243 . good wetting characteristics (less grinding).22-95: T 19 12 3 L P M 1 T 19 12 3 L P C 1 E316LT1-4 E316LT1-1 BÖHLER EAS 4 PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire. 80 °). slightly trailing torch position (angel appr.7 Mn 1. DB (43. It is easy to use and operates with a powerful penetrating spray arc transfer.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 400 (≥ 560 (≥ 38 (≥ + 20 °C: 65 (≥ .25 % CO2 100 % CO2 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible.6 175 .2 100 . slight weaving is recommended for positional welding. easy operation and safe penetration (reduces the risk of weld defects and associated repair work costs). when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. 150 °C / 24 h 1.24). 1.). the gas flow should be 15 .4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: AWS A5.014/02). 1. Additional cost effective benefits are offered through use of less expensive shielding gases (Argon + 15-25 % CO2 or 100 % CO2). BF.014. AISI 316L. 1.03 Si 0. high-alloyed.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2.5 Cr 19. High deposition rates and productivity gains are easily achievable. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2 UNS S31653. 1F. ÖBB. 2F) our flux cored wire BÖHLER EAS 4 M-FD should be preferred. This flux cored welding wire offers many economical and quality advantages over solid wire pulse arc welding.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2.0 Ni 12. UDT. CWB (E316LT1-1(4)). minimum spatter formation and self releasing slag.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3.29 Argon + 15 . 1.120 °C: 45 (≥ (*) u untreated. 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09118.18 l/min Base Materials 1. LR (DXVu. 316LS). chemical resistant Description BÖHLER EAS 4 PW-FD is a rutile flux cored welding wire with fast freezing slag providing excellent positional operating characteristics and fast travel speeds. Due to its characteristics mainly for positional welding and service temperatures between -120 °C to +400 °C.O.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2.220 20 .0 Mo 2. and smooth and clean weld finish (less post weld work). 1. 1. ÜZ (43.260 21 . 316Ti. Resists intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C.

6 200 . when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. 80 °). UNS S31653.350 25 . 1.03 Si 0.120 °C: 35 (≥ (*) u untreated.2 Base Materials 1.280 20 . Resists to intergranular corrosion up to +400 °C. smooth weld finish and safe penetration.4581 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2.4401 1. X5CrNiMo17-12-2.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3.2 125 . PE) our flux cored wire BÖHLER SAS 4 PW-FD should be preferred.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 Welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. Increased travel speeds as well as little demand for cieaning and pickling provide considerable savings in time and money. 1.6 Mn 1. 1.6 2-244 . Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 1. 1. X3CrNiMo17-13-3.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2.2 Mo 2.4571 1. GX5CrNiMoNb 19-11-2. high-alloyed. 316Cb Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 4 FOX SAS 4 -A GTAW rod: SAS 4 -IG GMAW solid wire: SAS 4 -IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: SAS 4 PW-FD SAW combination: SAS 4 -UP/BB 202 Ø 1.18 l/min Ø 1. 316L. strip alloyed. the gas flow should be 15 . 150 °C / 24 h 1. flux cored welding wire for GMAW of austenitic CrNiMo (Ti/Cb) alloyed steels preferably used in the horizontal and downhand position as well as the slightly vertical down position (1 o'clock). PG. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 390) 550) 330) 347) 332) Operating Data re-drying: ø mm amps A voltage V possible. self releasing slag. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. 1.34 shielding gases: 1.3 Cr 18. almost no spatter formation and temper discoloration.4437 GX6CrNiMo18-12. This product provides high productivity and is easy to operate achieving excellent welding characteristics. Suitable for service temperatures down to -120 °C.8 Ni 12. chemical resistant Description Rutile.4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2. AISI 316.35 Argon + 15 .4436 1. For positional welding (PF.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2. 316Ti.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 19 12 3 Nb R M 3 T 19 12 3 Nb R C 3 BÖHLER SAS 4-FD GMAW flux cored wire.6 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 430 (≥ 570 (≥ 35 (≥ + 20 °C: 65 (≥ .

UNS S31653. X3CrNiMo17-13-3.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 Welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. 1. 1. the gas flow should be 15 . slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. High deposition rates and productivity gains are easily achievable.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 19 12 3 Nb P M 1 T 19 12 3 Nb P C 1 BÖHLER SAS 4 PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire. AISI 316.4401 1. 1. X5CrNiMo17-12-2. 1.4436 1. high-alloyed. and smooth and clean weld finish (less post weld work).18 l/min Base Materials 1. easy operation and safe penetration (reduces the risk of weld defects and associated repair work costs). flux cored welding wire with fast freezing slag providing excellent positional welding characteristics and fast travel speeds. good wetting characteristics (less grinding).4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2. For downhand and horizontal welding positions (PA. 80 °). PB. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 390) 550) 330) 347) 332) Operating Data re-drying: ø mm amps A voltage V possible.4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2. slight weaving is recommended for positional welding.6 Nb + Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 430 (≥ 570 (≥ 35 (≥ + 20 °C: 65 (≥ .4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2. BÖHLER SAS 4 PW-FD offers many economical and quality advantages over solid wire pulse arc welding.220 20 . strip alloyed.4571 1. chemical resistant Description Rutile.2 100 . 316Ti.3 Cr 18.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. 1.31 shielding gases: Argon + 15 . 150 °C / 24 h 1.6 Mn 1.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3. 1.120 °C: 40 (≥ (*) u untreated. minimum spatter formation and self releasing slag.4581 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2. little temper discoloration and bead oxidation (less pickling expenses). Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.4437 GX6CrNiMo18-12.8 Ni 12. 316Cb Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 4 FOX SAS 4 -A GTAW rod: SAS 4 -IG GMAW solid wire: SAS 4 -IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: SAS 4-FD SAW combination: SAS 4 -UP/BB 202 2-245 . GX5CrNiMoNb 19-11-2.2 Mo 2.03 Si 0. Due to its characteristics mainly for positional welding and service temperatures between -120 °C to +400 °C. It is easy to use and operates with a powerful penetrating spray arc transfer. PC) our flux cored wire SAS 4-FD should be preferred. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. Additional cost effective benefits are offered through use of less expensive shielding gases. 316L.

316 LN.280 voltage V 20 .3 Mo 3. It is designed for welding of corrosion resistant CrNiMo-steels in the flat and horizontal position. smooth weld finish and safe penetration. Increased travel speeds as well as little demand for cleaning and pickling provide considerably savings in time and money.035 Si 0. pulp and paper industries. 1. 317L Approvals and Certificates UDT Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX E 317 L FOX ASN 5 FOX ASN 5-A GTAW rod: ASN 5-IG GMAW solid wire: ASN 5-IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: E 317 L PW-FD SAW combination: ASN 5-SY5UP/BB 203 2-246 . horizontal/vertical position as well as the slightly vertical-down position (1 o'clock). as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 18 % (≥ 350) (≥ 550) (≥ 325) (≥ 347) (≥ 332) CO2 Operating Data re-drying: possible. 150 °C/24 h shielding gases: Argon + 15 . Suitable for service temperatures from -60 to +300 °C. almost no spatter formation and temper discoloration.7 Mn 1.4 FN 3-8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 420 570 32 + 20 °C: 50 .34 Welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible.22-95: E317LT0-4 E317LT0-1 BÖHLER E 317 L-FD GMAW flux cored wire. The gas flow should be 15 . self releasing slag.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm amps A 1. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3. For corrosion resistant single claddings the wire should be used under mixture gas (Argon + 15 . 1. 317LN. 80 °).3 Cr 18.4429 X2CrNiMoN17-13-3.2 125 . high-alloyed. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V.4438 X 2 CrNiMo 18-15-4 AISI 316L. The weld metal exhibits resistance against pitting corrosion and intergranular corrosion resistance (ASTM A 262 / Practise E) up to +300 °C.60 °C: 45 (*) u untreated.18 l/min Base Materials CrNiMo-steels with higher Mo-content like grade AISI 317L or corrosion resistant claddings on mild steels 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: TZ 19 13 4 L R M 3 TZ 19 13 4 L R C 3 AWS A5. shipyards building chemical tankers as well as the chemical / petrochemical.5 Ni 13. chemical resistant Description This product achieves high productivity and is easy to operate providing excellent welding characteristics. It satisfies the high demands of offshore fabricators.25 % CO2) Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0.

5 Ni 13.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm amps A 1. The gas flow should be 15-18 l/min. 1. The interpass temperature should be kept below 150 °C. For corrosion resistant single claddings the wire should be used under mixture gas (Argon + 15-25% CO2) Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0. AISI 316L. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 18 % (≥ 350) (≥ 550) (≥ 325) (≥ 347) (≥ 332) CO2 Operating Data re-drying: possible. LR (DXVuO.2 100 . 1. Suitable for service temperatures from -60 °C to +300 °C.220 voltage V 20 . or corrosion resistant claddings on mild steels. minimum spatter formation and self releasing slag. 317LN Approvals and Certificates BV (317 L).31 Preheating and post weld heat treatment is not required by the weld deposit. 150 °C/24 h shielding gases: Argon + 15 . Welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V.035 Si 0. shipyards building chemical tankers as well as the chemical/petrochemical. 316 LN. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. The weld metal exhibits resistance against pitting corrosion and intergranular corrosion resistance (ASTM A 262 / Practise E) up to 300 °C. It is designed for welding of corrosion resistant CrNiMo-steels and satisfies the high demands of offshore fabricators. 317L) Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX E 317 L FOX ASN 5 FOX ASN 5-A GTAW rod: ASN 5-IG GMAW solid wire: ASN 5-IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: E 317 L-FD SAW combination: ASN 5SY-UP/BB 203 2-247 . It is easy to use and operates with a powerful penetrating spray arc transfer.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3. 1.4 FN 5-10 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 380 560 39 + 20 °C: 58 . pulp and paper industries.7 Mn 1. 317 L.22-95: E317LT1-4 E317LT1-1 BÖHLER E 317 L PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: TZ 19 13 4 L P M 1 TZ 19 13 4 L P C 1 AWS A5.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3. 80°). BF.3 Cr 18. Base Materials CrNiMo-steels with increased Mo-content. chemical resistant Description E 317L PW-FD is a rutile flux cored welding wire with fast freezing slag providing excellent positional operating characteristics and fast travel speeds. high-alloyed.60 °C: 50 (*) u untreated.4429 X2CrNiMoN17-11-2.3 Mo 3.

4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 with P235GH / P265GH. 1. 16Mo3 UNS S31803. very little temper discoloration & bead oxidation.4362 X2CrNiN23-4. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 22/9 N-B FOX CN 22/9 N GTAW rod: CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW flux cored wire: CN 22/9 PW-FD SAW combination: CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 2-248 . S32205 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7133. smooth and clean weld finish. CWB (E2209T0-4). 150 °C/24 h shielding gases: Argon + 15 . The weld deposit is corrosion resistant acc. 1. 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. to ASTM A262-93a. pickled). the gas flow should be 15-18 l/min. Besides its high productivity and all the other general benefits of flux cored wire welding it offers good wetting characteristics.40 °C: 45 (≥ (*) u untreated. high-alloyed. ABS (E 2209 T0-4). These specific advantages help to save additional costs especially when GMAW the Duplex steels. The broad field of welding parameters for BÖHLER CN 22/9 N-FD permits universal application in a very wide range of wall thicknesses using the spray-arc transfer together with fast travel speeds which help to control the maximum heat inputs easily. C.36 Welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. B and ASTM G48/method A (24h) up to 22 °C (as welded.C1)). horizontal/vertical position as well as the slightly vertical-down position (1 o'clock). Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. DNV (Duplex (M21)).03 Si 0.7 Ni 9. pickled). P295GH.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 22 9 3 NL R M 3 T 22 9 3 NL R C 3 AWS A5.8 Mn 0.22-95: E2209T0-4 E2209T0-1 BÖHLER CN 22/9 N-FD GMAW flux cored wire. UDT.4462 / S31803 steel grades. GL (4462S (M21. LR (X (M21)).13 PREN ≥ 35 FN 30-50 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 600 (≥ 800 (≥ 27 (≥ + 20 °C: 60 (≥ . slightly trailing torch position (angel appr.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 2 ø mm 1. as well as dissimilar joints or weld claddings 1. RINA (2209S). as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 450) 690) 320) 347) 332) Operating Data re-drying: possible.9 Cr 22.2 amps A 125 .). BÖHLER CN 22/9 N-FD provides outstanding welding results in the flat and horizontal position. CL (1113). S255N. 30 °C (solution treated. easy slag release. 80°). highly corrosion resistant Description BÖHLER CN 22/9 N-FD is a rutile DUPLEX-steel flux-cored wire for GMAW of 1. Service temperatures between -40 °C and +250 °C are usable. S460N. The structure of the all-weld metal is austenitic-ferritic (FN 35-50).280 voltage V 22 . when using 100 % CO as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. Base Materials same and similar alloyed duplex steels.0 Mo 3. practice E. The pitting corrosion resistance factor PREN is higher than 35.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 with 1.2 N 0.

). easy slag release.46 °C: 45 (≥ (*) u untreated.9 Cr 22. CL (1268). UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 22/9 N-B FOX CN 22/9 N GTAW rod: CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW flux cored wire: CN 22/9 N-FD SAW combination: CN 22/9 N-UP/BB 202 2-249 . the gas flow should be 15 . BÖHLER CN 22/9 PW-FD is an ideal completion of our high class range of Duplex Filler Metals. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0.22-95: E2209T1-4 E2209T1-1 BÖHLER CN 22/9 PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire.4462 / S31803.03 Si 0. slight weaving is recommended for all welding positions. shipyards building chemical tankers as well as the chemical/petrochemical.4362 X2CrNiN23-4.8 Mn 0. as well as dissimilar joints or weld claddings 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. It is designed to satisfy the high demands of offshore fabricators. It is suited for joint welding of similar alloyed austenitic-ferritic duplex steels as well as for dissimilar joints and weld cladding.2 amps A 100 .13 PREN ≥ 35 FN 30-50 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal u 600 (≥ 800 (≥ 27 (≥ + 20 °C: 80 (≥ . highly corrosion resistant Description BÖHLER CN 22/9 PW-FD is a rutile Duplex steel all-positional flux cored wire for GMAW the steel grades 1. P295GH.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 with P235GH / P265GH.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 with 1.40 °C: 55 . GL (4462S (M21)).25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm 1. sea water. The weld metal is resistant against intergranular corrosion (wet corrosion up to +250 °C).220 voltage V 20 . S255N. very little temper discoloration & bead oxidation (less pickling expenses).C1)). pulp and paper industries.2 N 0. DNV (X(M21. and smooth and clean weld finish help to save additional costs especially when multi-pass welding Duplex stainless steels. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J 480) 690) 325) 347) 332) Operating Data re-drying: possible. high-alloyed. ABS (E 22 09 T1-4(1)). 150 °C/24 h shielding gases: Argon + 15 .0 Mo 3. Good wetting characteristics (less grinding). UNS S31803. Service temperatures between -40 °C and +250 °C are usable. 80 °). 1. CWB (E2209T1-1(4)). LR (X(M21. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V.18 l/min Base Materials same and similar alloyed duplex steels. RINA (2209 S). 16Mo3. S460N.e.31 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible slightly trailing torch position (angel appr.20 °C: 65 .4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 22 9 3 NL P M 1 T 22 9 3 NL P C 1 AWS A5. 1. It features a good resistance against pitting (CPT ASTM G48/method A (24 h) up to 25 °C) and stress corrosion cracking in chloride-containing fluids i. S32205 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7666. 1.C1)).7 Ni 9.

8 4. 1.6 Mn 0.4313 X3CrNiMo13-4. 600 °C/2 h ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ a 600 800 315 350 + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 . stainless Description Sub-arc wire/flux combination for welding similar soft-martensitic steels like 1. high-alloyed.4313 / CA 6 NM.0 max.350 °C. Base Materials 1. Tempering at +580 . agglomerated flux providing good operating characteristics.5 0.4414 GX4CrNiMo13-4 ACI Gr.4351 X3CrNi13-4.1 Ni 4. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW solid wire % all-weld metal % C ≤ 0.2 12. SEPROZ SAW solid wire: SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 13/4 FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA GTAW rod: CN 13/4-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: CN 13/4-IG CN 13/4-MC CN 13/4-MC (F) 2-250 . BÖHLER CN 13/4-UP // BB 203 yields a weld deposit featuring very good ductility and CVN toughness as well as high crack resistance.4317 GX4CrNi13-4. 1.025 Si 0.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) a annealed. amperage: 800 A Preheat and interpass temperatures in case of thick-walled sections +100 .620 °C.6 Cr 12.6 0.7 Mo 0. smooth beads and a low hydrogen weld metal (HD ≤ 5 ml/100 g). For information regarding this sub-arc welding flux see our detailed data sheet.9-93: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: S 13 4 ER410NiMo(mod. Maximum heat input 15 kJ/cm. 1.020 0. BÖHLER BB 203 is a fluoride-basic. 2 h – 10 h 3.160 °C.7 0.) SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER CN 13/4-UP // BB 203 SAW wire/flux-combination. CA 6 NM Approvals and Certificates UDT.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.

BÖHLER BB 203 produces well contoured and smooth welding beads. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (90949. low-alloyed and stainless steel.0 16. as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 300-350 °C / 2-10 h max. for service temperatures up to +450 °C.50 for service temperatures up to +350 °C) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GMAW solid wire: FOX SKWAM SKWAM-IG 2-251 .2 Base Materials surfacings: all weldable backing materials.1 1. unalloyed. It offers an especially low flux consumption.15 Si 0.7 0. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A ø mm 3. For information regarding this sub-arc welding flux see our detailed data sheet. stainless Description SAW wire/flux combination of type 17 % Cr 1 % Mo for surfacing on sealing faces of gas.16 0. Excellent anti-friction properties. water and steam valves and fittings made from unalloyed or low-alloy steels.6 0. Beside a good slag detachability the flux features good fillet weld capabilities.1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) Brinell-hardness HB: (*) u 320-420 u untreated.7 Cr 17. The weld deposit is still machinable.6 Mn 0.: 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0. Scaling resistant up to +900 °C.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999 S 17 Mo H W.5 Mo 1.4115 Sub-arc flux: EN 760: SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER SKWAM-UP // BB 203 SAW wire/flux-combination high-alloyed.No.

A320 Gr.196 °C: (*) u untreated. B8C or D Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7509.50 °C: .7 1.45 0. 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW solid wire % all-weld metal % C 0.4311 X2CrNiN18-10. 347. 304LN. amperage: 800 A ø mm 3.11). 2 h – 10 h max. ASTM A157 Gr.02 0. KTA 1408 1 (942025.8 10. 1. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX EAS 2 FOX EAS 2-A FOX EAS 2-VD EAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: GMAW flux cored wire: EAS EAS EAS EAS 2-IG (Si) 2-MC 2-FD 2 PW-FD 2-252 . TÜV-D (9170.1 19. 1.4306 X2CrNi19-11.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10. 1. 304L. together with BB 203).3 Cr 20.4312 GX10CrNi18-8.0 Base Materials 1. C9.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10 AISI 304.02 Si 0.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ u 350 550 335 380 360 350 335 + 20 °C: . 302. 1. 1. UDT. high-alloyed.100 °C: . easy slag removal without any slag residues and good welding characteristics even for fillet welds are very much appreciated by users.4306 / 304L. Smooth beads.60 Mn 1. Suited for service temperatures from -196 °C to +350 °C.8 Ni 10.01). DB (52014. chemical resistant Description SAW-wire/flux combination for multi-pass welding of stainless steel grades like 1.). as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 300 – 350 °C. ÜZ (52014/2).). TÜV-A (392). SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (2604.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10. BÖHLER BB 202 is a fluoride-basic agglomerated flux providing a low flux consumption and a low hydrogen weld metal.9-93: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: S 19 9 L ER308L SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER EAS 2-UP // BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination.4301 X5CrNi18-10. For information regarding this sub-arc welding flux see our detailed data sheet. 321.

CF 8 C.5 9. easy slag removal without any slag residues and good welding characteristics even for fillet welds are very much appreciated by users. ÜZ (52.3 Ni 9.). For information regarding this sub-arc welding flux see our detailed data sheet.4311 X2CrNiN18-10.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999: AWS A5. 1. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 2 FOX SAS 2-A GTAW rod: SAS 2-IG GMAW solid wire: GMAW flux cored wire: SAS 2-IG (Si) SAS 2-FD SAS 2 PW-FD 2-253 .7 1.045 Si 0. DB (52.60 0.4541 X6CrNiTi18-10. ASTM A296 Gr. 1.9-93: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: S 19 9 Nb ER347 SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER SAS 2-UP // BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination.50 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 420 ≥ 600 ≥ 330 ≥ 390 ≥ 370 ≥ 350 ≥ 335 + 20 °C: . 1.4301 X5CrNi18-10. SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (2604.4546 X5CrNiNb18-10.50 0.50 °C: .196 °C: (*) u untreated. A157 Gr.0 Base Materials 1.65 Mn 1. amperage: 800 A ø mm 3.).4312 GX10CrNi18-8.5 19. 302. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal C SAW solid wire % ≤ 0. TÜV-D (9172.014/2). 321. TÜV-A (392).4541 / 347. 304. BÖHLER BB 202 is a fluoride-basic agglomerated flux providing a low flux consumption and a low hydrogen weld metal.4552 GX5CrNiNb19-11. as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 300 – 350 °C.5 Nb 0. A320 Gr. KTA 1408 1 (942025.3 Cr 19. Smooth beads. together with BB 203).4306 X2CrNi19-11 AISI 347.4550 X6CrNiNb18-10. 1. 304L. UDT.100 °C: . chemical resistant Description SAW wire/flux-combination for multi-pass welding of stainless steel grades like 1.01).02). B8C or D Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7510. ÖBB. 1. 1. TÜV-A (428). 2 h – 10 h max. high-alloyed.014. 1. 304LN. Suited for service temperatures from -196 °C to +400 °C. C9.050 all-weld metal % ≤ 0.

TÜV-D (9175 together with BB 203). KTA 1408 1 (942025. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-VD FOX EAS 4 M-TS GTAW rod: EAS 4 M-IG GMAW solid wire: EAS 4 M-IG (Si) Welding cored wire: EAS 4 M-MC GMAW flux cored wire: EAS 4 M-FD EAS 4 PW-FD 2-254 . 1. UDT.0 Base Materials 1.). 2 h – 10 h max.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.50 .2 Mo 2. ÖBB.7 1. Suited for service temperatures from -120 °C to +400 °C. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW solid wire % all-weld metal % C 0.4404 X2CrNiMo17-12-2. BÖHLER BB 202 is a fluoride-basic agglomerated flux providing a low flux consumption and a low hydrogen weld metal. Smooth beads. DB (52. TÜV-A (392).01).02 0.100 -120 °C: °C: °C: °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 300 – 350 °C. 1.3 Ni 12. 1.8 2. AISI 316L.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2. high-alloyed.). 1. chemical resistant Description SAW wire/flux-combination for multi-pass welding of stainless steel grades like 1.4435 / 316L.02 Si 0.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2. easy slag removal without any slag residues and good welding characteristics even for fillet welds are very much appreciated by users. ÜZ (52.014. 316Ti.014/2).7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 350 ≥ 560 ≥ 335 ≥ 380 ≥ 360 ≥ 350 ≥ 32 (*) u untreated.45 0.2 12.4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2. 1. 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7508. as-welded + 20 . 1. For information regarding this sub-arc welding flux see our detailed data sheet.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3.13).3 Cr 18.4409 GX2CrNiMo 19-11-2 UNS S31653.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999: AWS A5. 1.5 18. amperage: 800 A ø mm 3.9-93: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: S 19 12 3 L ER316L SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER EAS 4 M-UP // BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination.60 Mn 1. SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (2604.

4571 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.6 18.014. DB (52. 1. 316Ti.). 2 h – 10 h max. KTA 1408 1 (942025.9-93: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: S 19 12 3 Nb ER318 SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER SAS 4-UP // BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination. BÖHLER BB 202 is a fluoride-basic agglomerated flux providing a low flux consumption and a low hydrogen weld metal.50 °C: .45 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 1. TÜV-D (9171. ÖBB. SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (2604. 1.8 Ni 11. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux see our detailed data sheet.7 Nb 0.0 Base Materials 1.55 0.030 all-weld metal % 0.4 11.12). as-welded u ≥ 430 ≥ 600 ≥ 330 ≥ 380 ≥ 370 ≥ 332 + 20 °C: .120 °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 300 – 350 °C.50 0.7 1.4580 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2. ÜZ (52. 1.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.014/2).01). with BB 203).4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3 AISI 316L.7 2. easy slag removal without any slag residues and good welding characteristics even for fillet welds are very much appreciated by users. TÜV-A (429). high-alloyed. Smooth beads.4437 GX6CrNiMo18-12.3 Cr 19.65 Mn 1. 1.). TÜV-A (392). 316Cb Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7511.4581 GX5CrNiMoNb19-11-2.4 Mo 2.4571 / 316Ti. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX SAS 4 FOX SAS 4-A GTAW rod: SAS 4-IG GMAW solid wire: SAS 4-IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: SAS 4-FD SAS 4 PW-FD 2-255 . Suited for service temperatures from -120 °C to +400 °C.4401 X5CrNiMo17-12-2. 1.025 Si 0. chemical resistant Description SAW wire/flux-combination for multi-pass welding of stainless steel grades like 1. UDT. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal C SAW solid wire % 0. amperage: 800 A ø mm 3.

316 LN.5 13. resp. Preheating and post weld heat treatment is not required by the weld deposit. 317 L.0 4. The weld metal exhibits resistance against pitting corrosion and intergranular corrosion resistance (ASTM A 262 / Practice E) up to 300 °C. BÖHLER BB 203 SY is a fluoride-basic agglomerated flux providing a low flux consumption.9-93: ER317L Sub-arc flux: EN 760: SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER ASN 5 SY-UP // BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination high-alloyed.2 Cr 19.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux Combinations SAW solid wire: AWS A5.6 3.0 18. highly corrosion resistant Description Sub-arc wire/flux combination for CrNiMo steels. The interpass temperature should be kept below 150 °C. as welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 300-350 °C / min. BF 317L) Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GMAW flux cored wire: FOX E 317 L E 317 L PW-FD E317 L-FD 2-256 .03 Si 0.50 0. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A ø mm 3. for corrosion resistant claddings on mild steels 1. shipyards building chemical tankers as well as the chemical/petrochemical.4 Mo 3. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C ≤0.5 Ni 13. pulp and paper industries. Suitable for service temperatures from -60 °C to +300 °C.4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3.03 <0. 10 h max. AISI 316L. It satisfies the high demands of offshore fabricators. max. 317LN Approvals and Certificates BV (317 L). 1.5 FN 4-12 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 410 590 29 58 50 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 550) 25) 47) 32) +20 °C: -60 °C: u untreated.60 Mn 1.6 1. 2. 1.0 Base Materials CrNiMo-steels with increased Mo-content like grade.4435 X2CrNiMo18-14-3.4429 X2CrNiMoN17-11-2. LR (D.

4436 X3CrNiMo17-13-3. as-welded Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 300 – 350 °C.14 PREN 34.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12 AISI 316Cb. 317LN.100 °C: . not fully austenitic. 1.5 Cr 19. For information regarding the sub-arc welding flux see our detailed data sheet. 1.50 °C: .0 Base Materials 1.15 0.2 0. 2-257 . amperage: 800 A ø mm 3. UNS S31726 Approvals and Certificates UDT Same Alloy / Similar Alloys Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX ASN 5 FOX ASN 5-A GTAW rod: ASN 5-IG GMAW solid wire: ASN 5-IG (Si) GMAW flux cored wire: E 317L-FD* E 317L PW-FD* * for similar alloyed base metals only.0 18. 316L. 1. smooth beads and a low-hydrogen weld metal.0 4. The weld metal shows a stable austenitic microstructure with good pitting resistance (PREN > 33) and crevice corrosion resistance as well as an excellent toughness behaviour down to -196 °C. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW solid wire % all-weld metal % C 0.Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.9 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 420 ≥ 630 ≥ 335 ≥ 120 ≥ 100 ≥ 380 ≥ 340 + 20 °C: .6 33.g. BÖHLER BB 203 is a fluoride-basic agglomerated flux providing good operating characteristics.196 °C: (*) u untreated. 1.02 0.3 Mo 4. 317L.02 Si 0.9-93: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: S 18 16 5 NL ER317LN (mod. 1.2 Mn 5.5 Ni 16. high-alloyed.4429 X2CrNiMoN17-13-3. 2 h – 10 h max.) SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER ASN 5-UP // BB 203 SAW wire/flux-combination.4438 / 317L. highly corrosion resistant Description Sub-arc wire/flux combination for CrNiMo steels containing 3-4 % Mo e.0 4.5 16.0 N 0.4439 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5.4438 X2CrNiMo18-15-4.

Corrosion Resistant Filler Metals – SAW Wire/Flux Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999: AWS A5. The pitting index PREN is > 35. CL (1049). Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW solid wire % all-weld metal % C ≤ 0. UDT.4362 X2CrNiN23-4. S32205 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (7507.55 Mn 1. amperage: 800 A ø mm 3. 2 h – 10 h max.0 Base Materials same-alloyed duplex stainless steels. For CVN requirements lower than -40 °C we recommend our flux BÖHLER BB 203. ABS (ER 2209).1 N 0.5 Ni 9. GL (4462 TM). as-welded ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ u 550 750 327 100 032 + 20 °C: . Suitable for service temperatures from -40 °C to +250 °C.02 0.30 Cr 23.40 °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: 300 – 350 °C.9 Mo 3. highly corrosion resistant Description Sub-arc wire/flux combination for welding the Duplex stainless steels 1. easy slag removal without any slag residues and good welding characteristics even for fillet welds are very much appreciated by users.2 3.4462 / S31803. Smooth beads. For information regarding the sub-arc welding fluxes BÖHLER BB 202 and BB 203 see our detailed data sheets. high-alloyed.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3.9-93: sub-arc flux: EN 760:1996: S 22 9 3 NL ER2209 SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER CN 22/9 N-UP // BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination.015 Si 0. ferritic-austenitic steels with higher tensile strength 1. 1.0 22. DNV (X).).40 0.4462 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 with 1. as well as similar-alloyed. (TÜV-D with BB203 9173.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12 or other stainless steel grades UNS S31803.0 35. LR (X). BÖHLER BB 202 is a fluoride-basic agglomerated flux. 1.14 PREN 36. TÜV-A (339).7 1.0 8.) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 22/9 N-B FOX CN 22/9 N GTAW rod: CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 22/9 N-IG GMAW flux cored wire: CN 22/9 PW-FD CN 22/9 N-FD 2-258 .15 0.

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. . .282 SAW WIRE/FLUX-COMBINATIONS . . . . It is practically impossible to record every individual combination of materials. ground rules such as these may only be deemed as of value if they can be implemented in practice with sufficient expertise and basic knowledge of metallurgy. . This section describes filler metals that may be used for many different dissimilar welds or in the welding of problem steels. . . . OVERVIEW . . As a consequence of this. . . . . .7 Filler metals for Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications u Objectives u Contents The materials used for welding engineering appear vast. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .290 2-263 . . . . . . . . . . confusing and complicated if one takes into consideration all the dissimilar weld joints that are possible between the most varied types of steel. . . . . recommendations and precautionary measures in the form of broad guidelines which are to be considered when choosing filler metals and creating a welding technology. . . .Product Information 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The choice of filler metal must be emphasised as a crucial criterion. . . .279 GMAW FLUX-CORED WIRES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .266 GTAW RODS . . . . . . . . . . . . . brittle and susceptible to cracks allowing for dilution with the different parent metals.264 SMAW STICK ELECTRODES . . This choice must be made so that where possible the weld metal generated is not too hard. . . . . . . . . . However. .276 GMAW SOLID WIRES . . . . . . . . . . later sections of this manual set out general ground rules containing tips. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Since this is the case. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the queries received by our welding technicians help line very often refer to the practical problems surrounding welding of dissimilar joints. . . . . . . . .

4-92: AWS A5.9-93: ER307(mod.) E309L-15 E309Cb-15 E312-16(mod.9-93: ER309L GMAW flux-cored wires A 7-MC CN 23/12-MC A 7-FD A 7 PW-FD CN 23/12-FD CN 23/12 PW-FD CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD EN 12073: T 18 8 Mn MM1 EN 12073: T 23 12 L MM1 EN 12073: T 18 8 Mn R M 3 T 18 8 Mn R C 3 EN 12073: T 18 8 Mn P M 2 T 18 8 Mn P C 2 EN 12073: T 23 12 L R M 3 T 23 12 L R C 3 EN 12073: T 23 12 L P M 1 T 23 12 L P C 1 EN 12073: T 23 12 2 L R M 3 T 23 12 2 L R C 3 EN 12073: T 23 12 2 L P M 1 T 23 12 2 L P C 1 AWS A5.9-93: ER307(mod.) AWS A5.) ER307(mod.4-92: AWS A5.4-92: AWS A5.4-92: E307-15(mod.) AWS A5.) E307-16(mod.22-95: E309LMoT1-4 E309LMoT1-1 SAW wire/flux-combinations A 7CN-UP A 7CN-UP/BB 203 CN 23/12-UP CN 23/12-UP/BB 202 EN 12072: S 18 8 Mn EN 12072/760: S 18 8 Mn / SA FB 2 EN 12072: S 23 12 L EN 12072/760: S 23 12 L / SA FB 2 AWS A5.9-93: EC307(mod.) ER309L ER309L 2-264 .9-93: ER309L GMAW solid wires A 7-IG CN 19/9 M-IG CN 23/12-IG EN 12072: G 18 8 Mn EN 12072: G 20 10 3 EN 12072: G 23 12 L AWS A5.9-93: E309L AWS A5.22-95: E307T1-G AWS A5.9-93: ER308Mo(mod.22-95: E309LT1-4 E309LT1-1 AWS A5.) GTAW rods A 7 CN-IG CN 19/9 M-IG CN 23/12-IG EN 12072: W 18 8 Mn EN 12072: W 20 10 3 EN 12072: W 23 12 L AWS A5.4-92: AWS A5.4-92: AWS A5.4-92: AWS A5.) E308Mo-17(mod.22-95: E309LMoT0-4 E309LMoT0-1 AWS A5.9-93: ER308Mo(mod.) E312-17(mod.4-92: AWS A5.22-95: E309LT0-4 E309LT0-1 AWS A5.22-95: E307T0-G AWS A5.) AWS A5.) E309L-17 E309MoL-17(mod.9-93: AWS: AWS A5.) AWS A5.Dissimilar welds and special applications uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN SMAW stick electrodes FOX A 7 FOX A 7-A FOX CN 19/9 M FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A FOX CN 24/13 FOX CN 24/13 Nb FOX CN 29/9 FOX CN 29/9-A FOX RDA EN 1600: EN 1600: EN 1600: EN 1600: EN 1600: EN 1600: EN 1600: EN 1600: EN 1600: E 18 8 Mn B 2 2 E Z 18 9 MnMo R 3 2 E 20 10 3 R 3 2 E 23 12 L R 3 2 E 23 12 2 L R 3 2 E 23 12 B 2 2 E 23 12 Nb B 2 2 E 29 9 R 1 2 E 29 9 R 3 2 AWS AWS A5.) AWS A5.9-93: AWS: ER307(mod.4-92: AWS A5.

8 13.0 0.0 6.5 24.015 0.03 ≤0.02 0.6 0.02 0.8 1.65 7.7 0.7 19.3 19.3 1.Dissimilar welds and special applications uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler C SMAW stick electrodes FOX A 7 FOX A 7-A FOX CN 19/9 M FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A FOX CN 24/13 FOX CN 24/13 Nb FOX CN 29/9 FOX CN 29/9-A FOX RDA 0.5 12.03 ≤0.0 0.8 9.0 22.7 0.7 0.03 0.03 ≤0.0 12.08 0.7 2.9 – Mn 6.11 0.3 1.5 13.0 24.7 1.2 9.7 SAW wire/flux-combinations A 7CN-UP A 7CN-UP/BB 203 CN 23/12-UP CN 23/12-UP/BB 202 0.8 0.0 12.3 12.0 24.0 1.08 0.7 9.0 23.02 0.06 0.5 19.0 20.6 0.5 4.08 0.2 3.4 1.02 0.03 0.0 24.0 13.7 3.8 19.4 9.8 0.2 8.1 0.8 8.2 20.0 10.7 0.5 20.8 0.0 0.4 1.4 1.10 0.2 0.0 28.03 0.7 6.85 – GTAW rods A 7 CN-IG CN 19/9 M-IG CN 23/12-IG 0.2 – 2.3 GMAW flux-cored wires A 7-MC CN 23/12-MC A 7-FD A 7 PW-FD CN 23/12-FD CN 23/12 PW-FD CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD 0.4 18.3 1.8 22.7 0.5 – Mo – 0.3 1.3 0.0 13.9 0.8 0.2 1.5 10.7 19.3 2.2 12.7 0.3 12.5 12.0 1.7 22.0 10.8 1.0 23.5 29.7 0.7 18.7 – Nb 0.5 – Ni 8.5 7.0 9.2 23.6 0.03 0.0 8.7 0.10 0.06 ≤ 0.3 GMAW solid wires A 7-IG CN 19/9 M-IG CN 23/12-IG 0.4 6.7 1.1 ≤0.11 – Si 0.02 0.7 0.04 0.8 22.2 3.5 10.8 22.1 2-265 .5 7.2 18.0 9.5 12.5 7.9 0.5 0.1 ≤0.0 24.08 ≤0.7 – Cr 18.2 13.0 1.4 1.

Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 18 8 Mn B 2 2 AWS A5. The deposit will work harden and offers good resistance against cavitation.8 Ni 8.175 80 . surfacing of gears. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: FOX A 7-A A 7CN-IG A 7-IG Metal cored wire: A 7-MC GMAW flux cored wire: A 7-FD.200 °C.5 Cr 18. problem steels and for repair and maintenance. valves. GL (4370). high-alloyed. min.8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (06786. VUZ. A 7 PW-FD SAW combination: A 7CN-UP/BB 203 2-266 .5 300 3. An excellent alloy providing cost effective performance.).200 Base Materials For fabrication. 2 h electrode identification: FOX A 7 E 18 8 Mn B amps A 55 .0 450 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. DNV (E 18 8 MnB). There is no fear of embrittlement when operating down to service temperatures of -110 °C or above +500 °C.17 % chromium heat resistant steels up to +850 °C.130 140 . The weld metal can be post weld heat treated without any problems.) BÖHLER FOX A 7 SMAW stick electrode.1 Si 0. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. as-welded u 460 660 38 90 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 390) 620) 335) 380) 332) + 20 °C: .4-92: E307-15(mod. turbine blades etc. When working at service temperatures above +650 °C please contact the supplier. LTSS.7 Mn 6. Very popular electrode for numerous applications. armour plates.0 350 5.110 °C: Operating Data ø mm L mm 2.0 450 6. The weld metal offers exceptionally high ductility and elongation together with outstanding crack resistance.2 350 4. PRS (4370). UDT. special applications Description Basic coated special stainless steel electrode for joint welding of dissimilar joints. 14 % manganese steels. The scaling resistance goes up to +850 °C.100 100 . 13 . re-drying if necessary: 120 . tough buffer and intermediate layers prior to hardfacing. high carbon and quenched & tempered steels. Ductility is good even after high dilution when welding problem steels or when subjected to thermal shock or scaling.170 160 . repair and maintenance! Dissimilar joints.

2 350 4.).180 80 .100 °C: Operating Data ø mm L mm 2. When working at service temperatures above +650 °C please contact the supplier. A 7 PW-FD SAW combination: A 7CN-UP/BB203 2-267 .170 Base Materials For fabrication. high carbon and quenched & tempered steels. 13 . repair and maintenance! Dissimilar joints. re-drying if necessary: 120 . The weld metal offers exceptionally high ductility and elongation together with outstanding crack resistance. special applications Description Rutile-basic coated special stainless steel electrode for joint welding of dissimilar joints.200 °C. The weld metal can be post weld heat treated without any problems. high-alloyed. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09101.0 450 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.2 Mn 4. Ductility is good even after high dilution when welding problem steels or when subjected to thermal shock or scaling.17 % chromium heat resistant steels up to +850 °C.) BÖHLER FOX A 7-A SMAW stick electrode. tough buffer and intermediate layers prior to hardfacing.140 140 .5 Ni 8. 2 h electrode identification: FOX A 7-A E Z 18 9 MnMo R amps A 60 . SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX A 7 GTAW rod: A 7CN-IG GMAW solid wire: A 7-IG Metal cored wire: A 7-MC GMAW flux cored wire: A 7-FD. min.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E Z 18 9 MnMo R 3 2 AWS A5.2 Cr 19. surfacing of gears. 14 % manganese steels.0 350 5. turbine blades etc.4-92: E307-16(mod.5 350 3. as-welded u 520 720 35 75 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 390) 620) 330) 347) 332) + 20 °C: .5 Mo 0. UDT.10 Si 1.110 110 . The scaling resistance goes up to +850 °C. There is no fear of embrittlement when operating down to service temperatures of -100 °C or above +500 °C. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. valves. The deposit will work harden and offers good resistance against cavitation. problem steels and for repair and maintenance. Very popular electrode for numerous applications.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. BÖHLER FOX A 7-A is suitable for both AC and DC. An excellent alloy providing cost effective performance. armour plates.

80 °C: Operating Data ø mm L mm 2. 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 19 9 M E 20 10 3 R amps A 50 . DB (30. ÜZ (30.300 °C.0 450 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. LR (V4-P12). This electrode is designed for dissimilar joints and weld cladding.5 250 3.2 Ni 10.0 Cr 20.and Cr-Ni-steels.0 350 5. QT-steels and armour plates among themselves or among each other.04 Si 0.014. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. mild steels and low-alloyed constructional steels. Ni8/10Mo). as-welded u 520 700 30 70 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 450) 650) 325) 355) 332) + 20 °C: . GL (4431).185 75 . Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1086. special applications Description Rutile coated electrode of type E 20 10 3 / 308Mo.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 20 10 3 R 3 2 AWS A5. re-drying if necessary: 250 . BÖHLER FOX CN 19/9 M offers a lower chromium and ferrite content than a 309MoL weld deposit with the result that carbon diffusion and Cr-carbide formation is reduced after post weld heat treatment and lower ferrite contents can be achieved in the second layer of 316L claddings.09 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.8 Mn 1. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: CN 19/9 M-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 19/9 M-IG 2-268 .3 Mo 3.4-92 E308Mo-17(mod.115 110 .160 160 .2 350 4. Safety against formation of porosity due to the moisture resistant coating. ÖBB. non-alloy as well as alloyed boiler or constructional steels with high-alloy stainless Cr.200 Base Materials high-strength.) BÖHLER FOX CN 19/9 M SMAW stick electrode.03). ABS (Cr18/20.2 N 0.014). Suitable for service temperatures from -80 °C to +300 °C.). high-alloyed. austenitic manganese steels similar and dissimilar. min.

0 450 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. UDT. CL (1477). special applications Description Rutile coated stainless steel electrode of type E 23 12 L / 309L providing increased delta ferrite contents (FN ~17) in the weld deposit for safe and crack resistant dissimilar joint welds and claddings. safety against formation of porosity due to the moisture resistant coating and its packaging into hermetically sealed tins. BV (UP).Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 23 12 L R 3 2 AWS A5. VUZ.). TÜV-A (130).02 Si 0.140 140 .2 350 4.08).014. 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 23/12-A 309L-17 E 23 12 L R amps A 60 .7 Cr 23. minimum spatter formation. DB (30. CMnSS).110 110 . DNV (NV 309 L).5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. ABS (E 309L-17).4-92: E309L-17 BÖHLER FOX CN 23/12-A SMAW stick electrode. BÖHLER FOX CN 23/12-A is noted for its superior welding characteristics and metallurgy. 20MnMoNi5-5 and G18NiMoCr3-7 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1771. as-welded u 440 570 40 60 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 550) 330) 347) 332) + 20 °C: .7 Mn 0. ferritic Cr.steels. 366. Operating temperature from -60 °C to +300 °C and for weld claddings up to +400 °C.0 350 5.5 350 3. self releasing slag. min.60 °C: Operating Data ø mm L mm 2. manganese steels claddings: for the first layer of corrosion resistant weld claddings on ferritic-perlitic steels in boiler and pressure vessel parts up to fine-grained steel S500N. Other advantages include high current carrying capacity. mild steels and low-alloyed QT-steels.180 80 . LR (DXV u. as well as of high temperature steels like 22NiMoCr4-7 acc. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 0. GL (4332). stainless.180 Base Materials dissimilar joint welds: of and between high-strength.0 Ni 12. SEW-Werkstoffblatt 365. ÖBB.and austenitic Cr-Ni. ÜZ (30014). re-drying if necessary: 250 . smooth and clean weld profile. high-alloyed. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: Metal cored wire: FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A CN 23/12-IG CN 23/12-IG CN 23/12-MC GMAW flux cored wire: CN CN CN CN SAW combination: CN 23/12-FD 23/12 PW-FD 23/12 Mo-FD 23/12 Mo PW-FD 23/12-UP/BB 202 2-269 . It can be used on AC and DC.300 °C.

CrNiand CrNiMo-steels.7 Mn 0. DNV (309MoL).180 80 .S500N.220 Base Materials dissimilar joint welds: mild steels and low-alloyed constructional and QT-steels among themselves or among each other.160 60 . self releasing slag. S255N.). Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. BÖHLER FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A is noted for its superior welding characteristics and metallurgy. P265GH. VUZ.4-92: E309MoL-17(mod. safety against formation of porosity due to the moisture resistant coating and its packaging into hermetically sealed tins. weld claddings: for the first layer of corrosion resistant claddings on P235GH. smooth and clean weld profile.0 350 5. AD-Merkblatt HPO. re-drying if necessary: 250 .300 °C.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 23 12 2 L R 3 2 AWS A5. 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A E 23 12 2 L R amps A 45 . P295GH. as-welded (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 490) 630) 325) 347) 332) + 20 °C: . Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1362. class 3. high-alloyed.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 0.8 Cr 23. unalloyed as well as low-alloyed boiler or constructional steels with stainless Cr-. RINA (309Mo).0 450 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.02 Si 0.0 300 2.160 140 . ferritic-austenitic joint welds in boiler and pressure vessel parts.120 100 .5 Mo 2.2 350 4. S355N . LTSS. Operating temperature from -10 °C to +300 °C and for weld claddings (1st layer) up to +400 °C. CMnSS). min. for the first layer of corrosion resistant weld claddings on high temperature quenched and tempered fine-grained steels acc. CL (1191).5 350 3. BV (309 Mo). It can be used on AC and DC. UDT. special applications Description Rutile coated stainless steel electrode of type E 23 12 2 L / 309MoL providing increased delta ferrite contents (FN ~20) in the weld deposit for safe and crack resistant dissimilar joint welds as well as claddings or root passes of clad steel. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 23/12-A GTAW rod: CN 23/12-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 23/12-IG Metal cored wire: CN 23/12-MC GMAW flux cored wire: CN CN CN CN SAW combination: CN 23/12-FD 23/12 PW-FD 23/12 Mo-FD 23/12 Mo PW-FD 23/12-UP/BB 202 2-270 . LR (DXV u.20 °C: Operating Data ø mm L mm 2.0 u 580 720 27 55 345 Ni 12.) BÖHLER FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A SMAW stick electrode. minimum spatter formation. Other advantages include high current carrying capacity. ABS (E 309 Mo). TÜV-A (34).

Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: AWS A5. Base Materials For buffer layers on weldable unalloyed.4-92: E 23 12 L B 2 2 E309L-15 BÖHLER FOX CN 24/13 SMAW stick electrode for special applications Description Special basic coated electrode with controlled alloying elements to meet the metallurgical requirements of buffer layers. high temperature or alloyed base metals. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. min.03 Si 0. Normally used in combination with different corrosion resistant claddings.3 Mn 1.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 24/13 309 L-15 E 23 12 L B ø mm 3.3 Cr 24. Approvals and Certificates – 2-271 .2 4. high tensile. For service temperatures up to +400 °C. as-welded u 430 570 35 70 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 320) 520) 30) 47) +20 °C: Operating Data re-drying: if necessary: 300-350 °C. depending on the base material also with an additional PWHT.0 Ni 13. the base materials.0 L mm 350 350 amps A 95-115 120-145 Preheating and interpass temperature acc. Stringer bead technique is recommended.

depending on the base material also with an additional PWHT.4-92: E 23 12 Nb B 2 2 E309Cb-15 BÖHLER FOX CN 24/13 Nb SMAW stick electrode for special applications Description Special basic coated electrode with controlled alloying elements to meet the metallurgical requirements of buffer layers. the base materials. stable arc. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (00141.4 Mn 1. 2 h 3. Normally used in combination with different corrosion resistant claddings. Stringer bead technique is recommended. Excellent welding properties. high tensile.0 FOX CN 24/13 Nb 309 Cb-15 E 23/12 Nb B L mm 350 350 amps A 195-115 120-145 Preheating and interpass temperature acc. min.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: AWS A5.0 Cr 24. Base Materials For buffer layers on weldable unalloyed. Typical Chemical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.03 Si 0. high temperature or alloyed base metals.2 electrode identification: 4. as-welded u 505 690 25 95 85 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 550) 22) 47) +20 °C: -10 °C: Operating Data re-drying: if necessary ø mm 300-350 °C.) 2-272 .5 Ni 12.5 Nb 0. For service temperatures up to +400 °C. well detaching slag without residuals.85 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.

The weld metal also work hardens making it suitable for wear resisting build-ups on clutches.110 110 .11 Si 1.300 °C.4-92: E312-16(mod.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 29 9 R 1 2 AWS A5. min. heat treatable or quenched and tempered steels. high carbon steels etc.) BÖHLER FOX CN 29/9 SMAW stick electrode.014.180 80 . tool steels.2 350 FOX CN 29/9 E 29 9 R 4. special applications Description Rutile-basic coated stainless steel electrode of type 29 % Cr 9 % Ni / E312.7 Cr 29.0 Mn 0. shafts.0 350 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. amps A 60 . 2 h 2. Approvals and Certificates DB (30.11). gear wheels. Also suitable for repair welding of tools. ÜZ (30. ÖBB. spring steels. joining of dissimilar materials.140 Base Materials for problem steels with high strength. BÖHLER FOX CN 29/9 is a repair & maintenance electrode that offers outstanding operating characteristics and weld metals of high strength combined with high crack resistance when welding problem steels or dissimilar joints. as-welded u 620 770 25 30 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 490) 690) 320) 324) + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm 250 . UDT. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 29/9-A 2-273 .2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. high-alloyed.014).5 300 electrode identification: 3.0 Ni 10. etc.

ÖBB.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 29 9 R 3 2 AWS A5. min.300 °C. spring steels.5 300 3. re-drying if necessary: 250 . BÖHLER FOX CN 29/9-A is a repair & maintenance electrode that offers outstanding operating characteristics on both DC and AC and weld metals of high strength combined with high crack resistance when welding problem steels or dissimilar joints. joining of dissimilar materials.140 140 .0 350 5. ÜZ (30.180 Base Materials for problem steels with high strength. heat treatable or quenched and tempered steels.9 Mn 0. 20. UDT.110 110 . The weld metal also work hardens making it suitable for wear resisting build-ups on clutches. Approvals and Certificates DB (30. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 29/9 2-274 .180 80 .4-92: E312-17(mod.) BÖHLER FOX CN 29/9-A SMAW stick electrode.07). high-alloyed.014. special applications Description Rutile coated stainless steel electrode of type 29 % Cr 9 % Ni / E312.014.014). tool steels.5 Ni 9. 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 29/9-A E 29 9 R amps A 60 . etc.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. high carbon steels etc.2 350 4. Also suitable for repair welding of tools.7 Cr 28. shafts. as-welded u 650 810 24 30 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 490) 670) 320) 324) + 20 °C: Operating Data ø mm L mm 2.11 Si 0. gear wheels. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.0 450 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.16.

excellent welding characteristics as well as very ductile and crack resistant joints welds on rule die steel. special applications Description Special coated stainless steel electrode for welding of rule die steel. min.200 °C. This electrode provides easy striking and re-striking.80 Base Materials Rule die steels Approvals and Certificates UDT 2-275 .60 50 . Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 120 .Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SMAW Stick Electrodes BÖHLER FOX RDA SMAW stick electrode.0 L mm 250 250 amps A 40 .5 2. high-alloyed. 2 h electrode identification: FOX RDA ø mm 1.

There is no fear of embrittlement when operating down to service temperatures of -110 °C or above +500 °C. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data ø mm 1. GL (4370). The deposit will work harden and offers good resistance against cavitation.0 Ni 9. When working at service temperatures above +650 °C please contact the supplier.8 Mn 7.Dissimilar Welds and Special Applications – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 18 8 Mn AWS A5. 13 .4370 Base Materials For fabrication. special applications Description GTAW rod of type W 18 8 Mn / ER307 for numerous applications.0 Cr 19. high carbon and quenched & tempered steels. DNV (X). Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. repair and maintenance! Dissimilar joints. tough buffer and intermediate layers prior to hardfacing. high-alloyed. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (00023. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX A 7 FOX A 7-A GMAW solid wire: A 7-IG Metal cored wire: A 7-MC GMAW flux cored wire: A 7-FD. valves. surfacing of gears. An excellent alloy providing cost effective performance.110 °C: (*) u untreated.Nr. Ductility is good even after high dilution when welding problem steels or when subjected to thermal shock or scaling.: 1. The scaling resistance goes up to +850 °C.0 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.0 2. armour plates.4370 BÖHLER A 7 CN-IG GTAW rod.6 2. A 7 PW-FD SAW combination: A 7CN-UP/BB 203 2-276 . Very good welding and wetting characteristics. shielding gas: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: W 18 8 Mn back: 1.). 14 % manganese steels.9-93: ER307(mod.08 Si 0.17 % chromium heat resistant steels up to +850 °C. turbine blades etc.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 460 660 38 120 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 450) 620) 335) 100) 332) + 20 °C: .) W. The weld metal can be post weld heat treated without any problems. The weld metal offers exceptionally high ductility and elongation together with outstanding crack resistance.4 3.

0 back: 1. austenitic manganese steels similar and dissimilar.: 1. This rod is designed for dissimilar joints and weld cladding.80 °C: (*) u untreated. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0427.9-93: ER308Mo(mod. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon ø mm rod marking: 1.6 front: W 20 10 3 2. high-alloyed.3 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 550 750 35 150 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 470) 670) 330) 380) 332) + 20 °C: .4431 2. non-alloy as well as alloyed boiler or constructional steels with high-alloy stainless Cr. DNV (308Mo) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 19/9 M GMAW solid wire: CN 19/9 M-IG 2-277 . special applications Description GTAW rod of type W 20 10 3 / 308Mo.06 Si 0.7 Mn 1. Very good welding and wetting characteristics. QT-steels and armour plates among themselves or among each other. BÖHLER CN 19/9 M-IG offers a lower chromium and ferrite content than a 309L weld deposit with the result that carbon diffusion and Cr-carbide formation is reduced after post weld heat treatment and lower ferrite contents can be achieved in the second layer of 316L claddings.4 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.) W.Nr.Dissimilar Welds and Special Applications – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 20 10 3 AWS A5.). Base Materials high-strength.0 Ni 10. Suitable for service temperatures from -80 °C to +300 °C.3 Cr 20.4431 BÖHLER CN 19/9 M-IG GTAW rod. mild steels and low-alloyed constructional steels.and Cr-Ni-steels.0 Mo 3.

manganese steels claddings: for the first layer of corrosion resistant weld claddings on ferritic-perlitic steels in boiler and pressure vessel parts up to fine-grained steel S500N. GL (4332).0 back: ER 309 L 2. mild steels and low-alloyed QT-steels.6 front: W 23 12 L 2. TÜV-A (307). Base Materials dissimilar joint welds: of and between high-strength. Suitable for service temperatures between -120 °C and +300 °C. stainless. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon ø mm rod marking: 1.Nr.0 Ni 13.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 440 590 34 150 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 430) 580) 330) 380) 332) + 20 °C: . SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A GMAW solid wire: CN 23/12-IG Metal cored wire: CN 23/12-MC GMAW flux cored wire: CN CN CN CN SAW combination: CN 23/12-FD 23/12 PW-FD 23/12 Mo-FD 23/12 Mo PW-FD 23/12-UP/BB 202 2-278 . CL (0321).: 1.Dissimilar Welds and Special Applications – GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W 23 12 L AWS A5.). This is a standard alloy for welding dissimilar joints with an average ferrite content 16 FN.4 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. 366.5 Mn 1. 20MnMoNi5-5 and G18NiMoCr3-7 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4699. as well as of high temperature steels like 22NiMoCr4-7 acc. special applications Description GTAW rod of type W 23 12 L / ER309L. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.7 Cr 24.120 °C: (*) u untreated.9-93: ER309 L W.02 Si 0.and austenitic Cr-Ni. BÖHLER CN 23/12-IG is designed for very good welding and wetting characteristics as well as good safety after dilution when welding dissimilar joints. ferritic Cr. UDT. SEW-Werkstoffblatt 365.4332 BÖHLER CN 23/12-IG GTAW rod.steels. high-alloyed.

Very good feeding. high-alloyed. high carbon and quenched & tempered steels. valves. tough buffer and intermediate layers prior to hardfacing. welding and wetting characteristics.9-93: ER307 (mod.2 Ni 9.). ÜZ (43.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 370) (≥ 600) (≥ 335) + 20 °C: (≥ 100) . armour plates. surfacing of gears.014.5 % CO2 u 430 640 36 110 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + max. ø mm 0. The weld metal can be post weld heat treated without any problems. An excellent alloy providing cost effective performance. turbine blades etc. When working at service temperatures above +650 °C please contact the supplier. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.: 1.17 % chromium heat resistant steels up to +850 °C. The scaling resistance goes up to +850 °C. 2.014/1). repair and maintenance! Dissimilar joints.2 1. The weld metal offers exceptionally high ductility and elongation together with outstanding crack resistance. Ductility is good even after high dilution when welding problem steels or when subjected to thermal shock or scaling. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode:FOX A 7 FOX A 7-A GTAW rod: A 7CN-IG Metal cored wire: A 7-MC GMAW flux cored wire: A 7-FD. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + max.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G 18 8 Mn AWS A5. 2. 14 % manganese steels. 13 . Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (06632. A 7 PW-FD SAW combination: A 7CN-UP/BB 203 2-279 .13). There is no fear of embrittlement when operating down to service temperatures of -110 °C or above +500 °C. special applications Description GMAW wire of type G 18 8 Mn / ER307 for numerous applications.08 Si 0. The deposit will work harden and offers good resistance against cavitation.8 1.0 1.6 Base Materials For fabrication. DB (43.Nr.0 Cr 19. ÖBB.) W. UDT.9 Mn 7.4370 BÖHLER A 7-IG GMAW solid wire.5 % CO2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.110 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated.

Suitable for service temperatures from -60 °C to +300 °C.3 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 450) (≥ 650) (≥ 330) + 20 °C: (≥ 370) .and Cr-Ni-steels. austenitic manganese steels similar and dissimilar.5 % CO2 Argon + max. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. 2.0 1.3 Cr 20.0 Mo 3. 2.4431 BÖHLER CN 19/9 M-IG GMAW solid wire.06 Si 0.60 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated. BÖHLER CN 19/9 M-IG offers a lower chromium and ferrite content than a 309L weld deposit with the result that carbon diffusion and Cr-carbide formation is reduced after post weld heat treatment and lower ferrite contents can be achieved in the second layer of 316L claddings.) 1.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.: G 20 10 3 ER308Mo(mod. high-alloyed.0 % O2 ø mm 1.Nr. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (1087. QT-steels and armour plates among themselves or among each other. ÜZ (43.0 Ni 10. ÖBB.014/1).). DB (43.014. mild steels and low-alloyed constructional steels.9-93: W. DNV (308Mo) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 19/9 M GTAW rod: CN 19/9 M-IG 2-280 .5 % CO2 u 520 720 32 140 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + max. Base Materials high-strength. This wire is designed for dissimilar joints and weld cladding. 1.2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. non-alloy as well as alloyed boiler or constructional steels with high-alloy stainless Cr. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + max.10). special applications Description GMAW wire of type G 20 10 3 / (308Mo).7 Mn 1.

DNV (309L).5 % CO2 Argon + max.0 % O2 Base Materials dissimilar joint welds: of and between high-strength.5 % CO2 u 420 570 32 130 Operating Data ø mm 0. ferritic Cr.Nr. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.2 Preheat and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4698. manganese steels claddings: for the first layer of corrosion resistant weld claddings on ferritic-perlitic steels in boiler and pressure vessel parts up to fine-grained steel S500N. ÖBB. ÜZ (43014).0 Ni 13. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + max.: 1. DB (43.18). SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A GTAW rod: CN 23/12-IG Metal cored wire: CN 23/12-MC GMAW flux cored wire: CN 23/12-FD CN 23/12 PW-FD CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD SAW combination: CN 23/12-UP/BB 202 2-281 . SEW-Werkstoffblatt 365. 366.).Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G 23 12 L AWS A5. as well as of high temperature steels like 22NiMoCr4-7 acc. mild steels and low-alloyed QT-steels. Suitable for service temperatures between -80 °C and +300 °C.014.4332 BÖHLER CN 23/12-IG GMAW solid wire. BÖHLER CN 23/12-IG is designed for very good welding. CL (0351).0 1. 1. UDT.80 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated.9-93: ER309 L W. This is a standard alloy for welding dissimilar joints with an average ferrite content 16 FN. special applications Description GMAW wire of type G 23 12 L / ER309L.02 Si 0. TÜV-A (308).steels.8 1.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 400) (≥ 550) (≥ 330) + 20 °C: (≥ 355) . stainless. high-alloyed. GL (4332S). 20MnMoNi5-5 and G18NiMoCr3-7.5 Mn 1. 2. wetting and feeding characteristics as well as good safety after dilution when welding dissimilar joints. 2.7 Cr 24.and austenitic Cr-Ni. shielding gases: Argon + max.

) BÖHLER A 7-MC Metal cored wire. angel appr.6 Mn 6. special applications Description Metal cored wire of type T 18 8 Mn/ EC307 for numerous applications. The deposit will work harden and offers good resistance against cavitation.5 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 500) 325) 332) % CO2 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + 2. turbine blades etc. armour plates. will reduce the risk of lack of fusion and is less sensitive against misalignment of edges and different gap widths. repair and maintenance! Dissimilar joints. 80 °). Positional weldability of metal cored wires is similar to solid wires (puls arc welding is recommended). high carbon and quenched & tempered steels.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – Metal cored Wires EN 12073:2000: T 18 8 Mn MM1 AWS A5. high-alloyed.3 Cr 18. The wider arc. The weld metal offers exceptionally high ductility and elongation together with outstanding crack resistance. Recommended stick out 15-20 mm and length of arc 3-5 mm. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 2.9-93: EC307(mod.8 Ni 9.2 amps A 60-280 voltage V 13-30 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. An excellent alloy providing cost effective performance.1 Si 0. The scaling resistance goes up to +850 °C. surfacing of gears. Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: FOX A 7 FOX A 7-A A 7CN-IG A 7-IG GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: A 7-FD A 7 PW-FD A 7CN-UP/BB 203 2-282 . Welding with conventional or pulsed power sources (preferably slightly leading torch position. The weld metal can be post weld heat treated without any problems. tough buffer and intermediate layers prior to hardfacing. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 13-17 % chromium and heat resistant steels up to +850 °C.110 °C: 30 u untreated.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u 400 600 42 + 20 °C: 70 . in comparison to solid wire. There is no fear of embrittlement when operating down to service temperatures of -110 °C or above +500 °C. excellent welding characteristics.5 % CO2 ø mm 1. When working at service temperatures above +650 °C please contact the supplier. smooth almost spatter free weld finish. Ductility is good even after high dilution when welding problem steels or when subjected to thermal shock or scaling. Base Materials For fabrication. 14 % manganese steels. valves.

30 Preheat and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.120 °C: (≥ 332) u untreated. mild steels and low-alloyed QT-steels. wetting and feeding characteristics as well as good safety after dilution when welding dissimilar joints.steels. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 2. as well as of high temperature steels like 22NiMoCr4-7 acc.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) (≥ 350) (≥ 520) (≥ 330) + 20 °C: (≥ 347) . ferritic Cr. will reduce the risk of lack of fusion and is less sensitive against misalignment of edges and different gap widths. Suitable for service temperatures between -120 °C and +300 °C.5 % CO2 u 400 450 32 70 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + 2. in comparison to solid wire. 80 °).280 voltage V 13 .4 Cr 22. stainless.and austenitic Cr-Ni. 366.2 amps A 60 . special applications Description Metal cored wire of type T 23 12 L / ER309L for welding dissimilar joints between high alloyed Cr.7 Ni 12.and CrNi(Mo)-steels and mild. high-alloyed. 20MnMoNi5-5 and G18NiMoCr3-7 Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A GTAW rod: CN 23/12-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 23/12-IG GMAW flux cored wire: CN CN CN CN SAW combination: CN 23/12-FD 23/12 PW-FD 23/12 Mo-FD 23/12 Mo PW-FD 23/12-UP/BB 202 2-283 . Welding with conventional or pulsed power sources (preferably slightly leading torch position. The wider arc. Positional weldability of metal cored wires is similar to solid wires (puls arc welding is recommended). manganese steels claddings: for the first layer of corrosion resistant weld claddings on ferritic-perlitic steels in boiler and pressure vessel parts up to fine-grained steel S500N.5 % CO2 ø mm 1. Recommended stick out 15-20 mm and length of arc 3-5 mm. angel appr.03 Si 0. BÖHLER CN 23/12-MC is designed for very good welding. Base Materials dissimilar joint welds: of and between high-strength. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal C wt-% ≤ 0. SEW-Werkstoffblatt 365.or low alloyed steels.9-93: EC309L BÖHLER CN 23/12-MC Metal cored wire.6 Mn 1.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – Metal cored Wires EN 12073: 2000: T 23 12 L MM1 AWS A5.

22-95: E307T0-G BÖHLER A 7-FD GMAW flux cored wire.2 Welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm 1.1 Si 0. Increased travel speeds as well as little demand for cleaning provide considerable savings in time and money. tough buffer and intermediate layers prior to hardfacing.35 Ø 1. repair and maintenance! Dissimilar joints. There is no fear of embrittlement when operating down to service temperatures of -100 °C or above +500 °C. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 18 % CO2 Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 150 °C/24 h shielding gases: Argon + 15 .350 voltage V 20 .0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 420 630 39 60 (≥ 400) (≥ 600) (≥ 335) hardness appro. almost no spatter formation and temper discoloration. BÖHLER A7-FD achieves high productivity and is easy to operate providing excellent welding characteristics. special applications Description Rutile flux cored welding wire preferable for flat & horizontal welding positions.0 Ni 9. turbine blades etc. high-alloyed. 14 % manganese steels.34 25 . smooth weld finish and safe penetration. 200 HB stress hardened up to 400 HV + 20 °C: . The gas flow should be 15-18 l/min.280 200 . high carbon and quenched & tempered steels. Base Materials For fabrication. 13 . self releasing slag. Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.8 Cr 19.100 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated.6 2-284 .Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 18 8 Mn R M 3 T 18 8 Mn R C 3 AWS A5. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. armour plates. It will work harden and offers good resistance against cavitation. Ductility is good even after high dilution when welding problem steels. valves.17 % chromium heat resistant steels up to +850 °C. The weld deposit offers high ductility and elongation together with excellent crack resistance even when subjected to thermal shock. The scaling resistance goes up to +850 °C.8 Mn 6.2 1. 80 °). surfacing of gears. Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: FOX A 7-A FOX A 7 A 7CN-IG A 7-IG Metal cored wire: GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: A 7-MC A 7 PW-FD A 7CN-UP/BB 203 Ø 1. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.6 amps A 125 . When working at service temperatures above +650 °C please contact the supplier.

25 % CO2 100 % CO2 ø mm 1. It will work harden and offers good resistance against cavitation.8 Cr 19. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 18 % CO2 Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 150 °C/24 h shielding gases: Argon + 15 .Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 18 8 Mn P M 2 T 18 8 Mn P C 2 AWS A5. good resistance against cavitation. There is no fear of embrittlement when operating down to service temperatures of -100 °C or above +500 °C. almost no spatter formation and temper discoloration. tough buffer and intermediate layers prior to hardfacing. scaling resistance goes up to +850 °C. turbine blades etc. 13 . Ductility is good even after high dilution when welding problem steels. Description of all-weld-metal: strain hardening. crack resistance.Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal. special applications Description Rutile flux cored welding wire with fast freezing slag providing positional welding characteristics and fast travel speedsl BÖHLER A7 PW-FD achieves high productivity and is easy to operate providing excellent welding characteristics.29 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible.0 u 420 630 39 60 Ni 9.1 Si 0. surfacing of gears. Base Materials For fabrication. Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: FOX A 7-A FOX A 7 A 7CN-IG A 7-IG Metal cored wire: GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: A 7-MC A 7-FD A 7CN-UP/BB 203 2-285 . Increased travel speeds as well as little demand for cleaning and pickling provide considerable savings in time and money. high carbon and quenched & tempered steels. 14 % manganese steels. resistance against thermal shock. self releasing slag.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 400) (≥ 600) (≥ 335) hardness appro. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.8 Mn 6.100 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated. When working at service temperatures above +650 °C please contact the supplier. The gas flow should be 15-18 l/min. repair and maintenance! Dissimilar joints.2 amps A 120 . The weld deposit offers high ductility and elongation together with excellent crack resistance even when subjected to thermal shock. high-alloyed. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. smooth weld finish and safe penetration. Beside the major savings in time and cost BÖHLER offers a high production quality level together with lowest probabilities for welding errors. slight weaving is recommended for all welding positions. armour plates. 200 HB stress hardened up to 400 HV + 20 °C: .22-95: E 307 T 1-G BÖHLER A 7 PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire.190 voltage V 21 . 80 °C). slightly trailing torch position (angel approx.17 % chromium heat resistant steels up to +850 °C. valves.

35 100 % CO2 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. DB (43. manganese steels claddings: for the first layer of corrosion resistant weld claddings on ferritic-perlitic steels in boiler and pressure vessel parts up to fine-grained steel S500N.9 mm is well suitable for welding of sheet metal (thickness greater than 1. wire ø 1.or low-alloy steels.16). TÜV-A (516). smooth weld finish and safe penetration.350 25 . ferritic Crand austenitic Cr-Ni. ÜZ (43.5 mm. BÖHLER CN 23/12-FD ø 0.and CrNi(Mo)-steels and non.03 Si 0.60 °C: 45 (≥ 332) + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm amps A voltage V 150 °C/24 h 0. Ø 0. The slag concept gives the opportunity to weld this diameter in all welding positions.2 mm can be used for wall thicknesses from 3 mm and up. Beside the major savings in time and cost BÖHLER offers a high production quality level together with lowest probabilities for welding errors.7 Mn 1.22-95: E309LT1-4/-1 BÖHLER CN 23/12-FD (for ø 0.4 Cr 22. high-alloyed.014/2).34 Argon + 15 .6 Ø 1. almost no spatter formation and temper discolouration. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V.9 mm) (for ø 0. LR (DX. This product achieves high productivity and is easy to operate achieving excellent welding characteristics. as well as weld cladding of un. Wires with ø 1. mild steels and low-alloyed QT-steels. as well as of high temperature steels like 22NiMoCr4-7 acc. GL (4571 (C1.). for out-of-position welding greater than 5 mm).9 mm) GMAW flux cored wire. The gas flow should be 15-18 l/min. 20MnMoNi5-5 and G18NiMoCr3-7 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5349.30 shielding gases: 1.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 23 12 L R M 3 T 23 12 L R C 3 AWS A5. CWB (E309LT0-1(4)).steels. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u untreated. as-welded – shielding gas Ar+18%CO2 400 (≥ 350) 540 (≥ 520) 35 (≥ 330) 60 (≥ 347) .9 mm is designed for positional welding.9 100 .8 Ni 12.or low alloyed base metals preferably in flat or horizontal position. Preheat and interpass temperatures as required by the base metal. self releasing slag. stainless. Suitable for service temperatures of -60 °C to +300 °C.2 mm and 1. CMn/SS) Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A GTAW rod: CN 23/12-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 23/12-IG Metal cored wire: CN 23/12-MC GMAW flux cored wire: CN 23/12 PW-FD CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD SAW combination: CN 23/12-UP/BB 202 2-286 .9 Ø 1. 80 °). CL (1401).22-95: E309LT0-4 E309LT0-1 EN 12073:1999: T 23 12 L P M (C) 1 AWS A5.25 % CO2 1.2 Base Materials dissimilar joint welds: of and between high-strength.160 21 . M21)).6 mm are recommended mainly for downhand and horizontal welding positions.6 200 . UDT. ÖBB. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0.2 125 .014. 366. SEWWerkstoffblatt 365. Increased travel speeds as well as little demand for cleaning and pickling provide considerable savings in time and money. SEPROZ. Wire ø 0. special applications Description Rutile flux-cored welding wire for GMAW of dissimilar joints of Cr.280 20 .

SEW-Werkstoffblatt 365. 20MnMoNi5-5 and G18NiMoCr3-7 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09115.2 100 . and smooth and clean weld finish (less post weld work).29 shielding gases: Argon + 15 . SEPROZ.22-95: E 309 LT1-4 E 309 LT1-1 BÖHLER CN 23/12 PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire.4 Cr 22. CL (0264).Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 23 12 L P M 1 T 23 12 L P C 1 AWS A5.014. Due to its characteristics mainly for positional welding and service temperatures between -60 °C to +300 °C. as well as of high temperature steels like 22NiMoCr4-7 acc. The gas flow should be 15-18 l/min.25 % CO2 1. ABS (E309 LT 1-1(4)). ÖBB Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A GTAW rod: CN 23/12-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 23/12-IG Metal cored wire: GMAW flux cored wire: SAW combination: CN CN CN CN CN 23/12-MC 23/12-FD 23/12 Mo-FD 23/12 Mo PW-FD 23/12-UP/BB 202 2-287 . little temper discoloration & bead oxidation.7 Mn 1. manganese steels claddings: for the first layer of corrosion resistant weld claddings on ferritic-perlitic steels in boiler and pressure vessel parts up to fine-grained steel S500N. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm amps A voltage V possible. This flux cored welding wire offers many economical and quality advantages over solid wire pulse arc welding. 150 °C / 24 h 1. mild steels and low-alloyed QT-steels.). minimum spatter formation and self releasing slag. For downhand & horizontal welding positions (1G. special applications Description BÖHLER CN 23/12 PW-FD is a rutile flux cored welding wire with fast freezing slag providing excellent positional welding characteristics and fast travel speeds. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal C wt-% ≤ 0.1F. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. DB (43. 2F) our flux cored wire BÖHLER CN 23/12-FD should be preferred.220 20 . 80 °). good wetting characteristics (less grinding). slight weaving is recommended for all welding positions.22).5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u 400 (≥ 350) yield strength Re N/mm2: 540 (≥ 520) tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 35 (≥ 330) elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 65 (≥ 347) . slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. Base Materials dissimilar joint welds: of and between high-strength. easy operation and safe penetration (reduces the risk of weld defects and associated repair work costs). UDT.and austenitic Cr-Ni. Preheat and interpass temperatures as required by the base metal. ÜZ (43.6 100 % CO2 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible.03 Si 0.60 °C: 50 (≥ 332) (*) u untreated.31 175 .8 Ni 12. stainless. CWB (E309LT0-1(4)). High deposition rates and productivity gains are easily achievable. CMn/SS). O. high-alloyed. It is easy to use and operates with a powerful penetrating spray arc transfer. Additional cost effective benefits are offered through use of less expensive shielding gases. 366.steels. ferritic Cr.014/02).260 21 . LR (DXV u.

25 % CO2 100 % CO2 Ø 0. wire ø 1.160 125 .6 Mn 1. AWS A5. S355N . SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A GTAW rod: CN 23/12-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 23/12-IG Metal cored wire: CN 23/12-MC GMAW flux cored wire: CN 23/12-FD CN 23/12 PW-FD CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD SAW combination: CN 23/12-UP/BB 202 Ø 1.60 °C: 37 (≥ 332) ø mm 0.22-95: E 309LMoT0-4 (1) EN 12073:1999: T 23 12 2 L P M (C) 1 (for ø 0. BÖHLER CN 23/12 Mo-FD ø 0. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (5351.S500N.280 200 . Wires with ø 1. when using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V. as well as weld cladding of un.9 Ø 1. for out-of-position welding greater than 5 mm).9 mm) GMAW flux cored wire. ÜZ (43. RINA (309MO S). This product achieves high productivity and is easy to operate achieving excellent welding characteristics.9 mm) special applications BÖHLER CN 23/12 Mo-FD Description Rutile flux-cored welding wire of type T 23 12 2 L / E309LMoT0 for GMAW of dissimilar joints of Cr. DB (43.014. Increased travel speeds as well as little demand for cleaning and pickling provide considerable savings in time and money. DNV (309MoL (M21)).22-95: E 309 LMoT1-4/-1 (for ø 0. Suitable for service temperatures of –60 °C to +300 °C.). unalloyed as well as low-alloyed boiler or constructional steels with stainless Cr-.or low alloyed base metals preferably in flat or horizontal position. ABS (E 308 MoLT0-4). The gas flow should be 15-18 l/min. self releasing slag. 80 °). GL (4459 (C1. weld claddings: for the first layer of corrosion resistant claddings on P235GH. P265GH.7 Ni 12. UDT. Wire ø 0.or low-alloy steels.3 Mo 2.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u untreated. horizontal/vertical position as well as slightly vertical down position (1 o'clock).03 Si 0. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr.9 1.2 1. For Mo-alloyed claddings the product is necessary for the 1.2 mm and 1. layer. AD-Merkblatt HPO.9 mm is designed for positional welding.34 25 . for the first layer of corrosion resistant weld claddings on high temperature quenched and tempered finegrained steels acc.6 mm are recommended mainly for downhand and horizontal welding positions.and CrNi(Mo)steels and non.30 20 . as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 500 (≥ 450) 700 (≥ 550) 30 (≥ 325) 55 (≥ 347) . ferritic-austenitic joint welds in boiler and pressure vessel parts. smooth weld finish and safe penetration. Preheat and interpass temperatures as required by the base metal. CrNi. almost no spatter formation and temper discolouration.6 welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. The slag concept gives the opportunity to weld this diameter in all welding positions. LR (X (M21)). P295GH.and CrNiMo-steels.2 mm can be used for wall thicknesses from 3 mm and up.4 Cr 22.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 23 12 2 L R M 3 T 23 12 2 L R C 3 AWS A5.2 Base Materials dissimilar joint welds: mild steels and low-alloyed constructional and QT-steels among themselves or among each other. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal C wt-% ≤ 0. high-alloyed. ÖBB.350 voltage V 21 . M21)). CL (1304). 2-288 .014/2). TÜV-A (517).9 mm is well suitable for welding of sheet metal (thickness greater than 1.6 amps A 100 .35 + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 150 °C/24 h shielding gases: Argon + 15 .5 to 3 mm. The wire offers a high safety against hot cracking even in the case of high dilution. S255N. class 3. Beside the major savings in time and cost BÖHLER offers a high production quality level together with lowest probabilities for welding errors.17).

22-95: E 309LMoT1-4 E 309LMoT1-1 BÖHLER CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD GMAW flux cored wire.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – GMAW Flux-cored Wires EN 12073:1999: T 23 12 2 L P M 1 T 23 12 2 L P C 1 AWS A5. and smooth and clean weld finish (less post weld work).03 Si 0.220 20 . AD-Merkblatt HPO. ferritic-austenitic joint welds in boiler and pressure vessel parts. 1F. 150 °C / 24 h 1. easy operation and safe penetration (reduces the risk of weld defects and associated repair work costs). slight weaving is recommended for positional welding. Due to its characteristics mainly for positional welding and service temperatures between -60 °C to +300 °C. When using 100 % CO2 as shielding gas it is necessary to increase the voltage by 2 V.S500N. CrNi.). weld claddings: for the first layer of corrosion resistant claddings on P235GH.7 Ni 12. class 3.2 100 . P295GH. special applications Description BÖHLER CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD is a rutile flux cored welding wire with fast freezing slag providing excellent positional welding characteristics and fast travel speeds.60 °C: 50 (≥ (*) u untreated. little temper discoloration & bead oxidation. unalloyed as well as low-alloyed boiler or constructional steels with stainless Cr-. High deposition rates and productivity gains are easily achievable.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u 530 (≥ yield strength Re N/mm2: 720 (≥ tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 32 (≥ elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 65 (≥ . Preheat and interpass temperatures as required by the base metal. SEPROZ Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A GTAW rod: CN 23/12-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 23/12-IG Metal cored wire: CN 23/12-MC GMAW flux cored wire: CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12-FD CN 23/12 PW-FD SAW combination: CN 23/12-UP/BB 202 2-289 . BV (309Mo).and CrNiMo-steels.7 Mn 1.31 shielding gases: Argon + 15 . high-alloyed.25 % CO2 100 % CO2 Welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible. It is easy to use and operates with a powerful penetrating spray arc transfer. P265GH. Additional cost effective benefits are offered through use of less expensive shielding gases (Argon + 15-25 % CO2 or 100 % CO2). UDT.% C ≤ 0.4 Cr 22. Base Materials dissimilar joint welds: mild steels and low-alloyed constructional and QT-steels among themselves or among each other. minimum spatter formation and self releasing slag. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (09116. slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. S255N. The gas flow should be 15-18 l/min. good wetting characteristics (less grinding). for the first layer of corrosion resistant weld claddings on high temperature quenched and tempered fine-grained steels acc.3 Mo 2. This flux cored welding wire offers many economical and quality advantages over solid wire pulse arc welding. as-welded – shielding gas Ar + 18 % CO2 450) 550) 325) 347) 332) Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm amps A voltage V possible. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt. For downhand & horizontal welding positions (1G. 2F) our flux cored wire BÖHLER CN 23/12 Mo-FD should be preferred. S355N . 80 °).

0 6. There is no fear of embrittlement when operating down to service temperatures of -100 °C or above +500 °C.). 13 . When working at service temperatures above +650 °C please contact the supplier. For information regarding this sub-arc welding flux see our detailed data sheet. repair and maintenance! Dissimilar joints.9-93: sub-arc flux: EN 760: S 18 8 Mn ER307 (mod. BÖHLER BB 203 is a fluoride-basic.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.5 Ni 9.08 0. Base Materials For fabrication. tough buffer and intermediate layers prior to hardfacing. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% SAW wire wt-% C 0.50 °C: .8 0.) SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER A 7 CN-UP // BB 203 SAW wire/flux-combination.8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. Ductility is good even after high dilution when welding problem steels or when subjected to thermal shock or scaling.0 8. UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX A 7 FOX A 7-A GTAW rod: A 7CN-IG GMAW solid wire: A 7-IG Metal cored wire: A 7-MC GMAW flux cored wire: A 7-FD. The deposit will work harden and offers good resistance against cavitation. 2 h – 10 h 3. An excellent alloy providing cost effective performance. The scaling resistance goes up to +850 °C.2 18. valves. turbine blades etc. high-alloyed. amperage of sub-arc flux: 800 A Preheat and interpass temperatures as required by the base metal.9 Mn 7. high carbon and quenched & tempered steels.17 % chromium heat resistant steels.100 °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 – 350 °C.08 Si 0. surfacing of gears. A 7 PW-FD 2-290 . agglomerated flux providing good operating characteristics. special applications Description SAW wire/flux combination of type S 18 8 Mn / (ER307) for numerous applications.8 Cr 19. smooth beads and a low hydrogen weld metal. armour plates. as-welded u ≥ 390 ≥ 620 ≥ 336 ≥ 395 ≥ 360 ≥ 340 + 20 °C: . Approvals and Certificates UDT SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (02604. The weld metal can be post weld heat treated without any problems. 14 % manganese steels.0 max. BÖHLER A 7-UP // BB 203 yields a weld deposit offering exceptionally high ductility and elongation together with outstanding crack resistance.

366. This is a standard alloy for welding dissimilar joints.0 max.and austenitic Cr-Ni. SEW-Werkstoffblatt 365. SAW wire/flux-combination for multi-pass welding. special applications Description SAW wire/flux combination of type S 23 12 L / ER309L. agglomerated flux providing good operating characteristics. amperage: 800 A Preheat and interpass temperatures as required by the base metal. Suitable up to service temperatures of +300 °C.2 13.50 0. 20MnMoNi5-5 and G18NiMoCr3-7 Approvals and Certificates DNV (309L). as-welded u ≥ 320 ≥ 520 ≥ 330 ≥ 370 + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying of sub-arc flux: ø mm 300 – 350 °C / 2 h – 10 h 3. mild steels and low-alloyed QT-steels.93: sub-arc flux: EN 760: S 23 12 L ER309L SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER CN 23/12-UP // BB 202 SAW wire/flux-combination.steels. The average ferrite content is 16 FN.) Same Alloy/Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A GTAW rod: CN 23/12-IG GMAW solid wire: CN 23/12-IG Metal cored wire: CN GMAW flux cored wire: CN CN CN CN 23/12-MC 23/12-FD 23/12 PW-FD 23/12 Mo-FD 23/12 Mo PW-FD 2-291 . For information regarding this sub-arc welding flux see our detailed data sheet.65 Mn 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C ≤ 0.015 Si 0. stainless. as well as of high temperature steels like 22NiMoCr4-7 acc. UDT SAW solid wire: TÜV-D (2604.9.02 ≤ 0.1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.7 1. steels with poor weldability and weld claddings.0 23.3 Cr 24.Dissimilar Joints and Special Applications – SAW Wire/Flux-Combinations SAW solid wire: EN 12072:1999: AWS A5. smooth beads. high-alloyed. low hydrogen contents (HD > 5 ml/100 g). ferritic Cr. easy slag removal without any slag residues and good welding characteristics even for fillet welds are very much appreciated by users. Base Materials dissimilar joint welds: of and between high-strength. manganese steels claddings: for the first layer of corrosion resistant weld claddings on ferritic-perlitic steels in boiler and pressure vessel parts up to fine-grained steel S500N. BÖHLER BB 202 is a fluoride-basic.4 Ni 13.

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. . . . . . .8 Filler metals for Heat Resistant Steels u Objectives This section contains data sheets for filler metals that are suitable for welding heat-resistant steels. . . Over and above this they should also have adequate resistance to various annealing and furnace atmospheres. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . have excellent resistance in carburising furnace atmospheres containing nitrogen but form a low melting point eutectic with nickel in sulphurous gases at approx. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .500 °C (with Cr contents above 15 %) and above 950 °C (grain growth) in ferritic steels and the sphase embrittlement between 650 and 800 °C with Cr contents above 20 %. .Product Information 2. Si and Al alloying elements give rise to the scale resistance due to the formation of dense and adhesive oxide layers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In addition to scale-resistance and adequate high-temperature strength there is also a requirement for the lowest possible changes in volume during repeated heating up and cooling down so that the oxide layers do not crack open. . . The Cr-Al alloy steels are ferritic and less suitable for welding but are extremely resistant in sulphurcontaining gases. u Content OVERVIEW . .296 SMAW STICK ELECTRODES . Heat-resistant steels are used at temperatures over 550 °C. . . . . . . . . . . 700 °C. . .305 GMAW SOLID WIRES . . . . . . The Cr. . . . . . . . . The Cr-Ni-Si alloy steels exhibit an austenitic microstructure. . . .297 GTAW RODS . . .311 2-295 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . With these steels it is important to be aware of the embrittlement ranges 400. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .

0.1 0.5 33.0 26.9 bal.42 0.0 25.0 45.0 22.6 3.0 35. bal.5 4.2 0.5 0.5 1.7 1.2 1.5 33.4-92: E310-16 – – – – AWS A5.9-93: ER309(mod.2 0.Heat Resistant Filler Metals uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN 1600: 1600: 1600: 1600: 1600: 1600: 1600: 1600: E E E E E E E E 25 4 B 2 2 22 12 B 2 2 22 12 R 3 2 25 20 B 2 2 25 20 R 3 2 Z 21 33 B 4 2 Z 25 35 Nb B 6 2 Z 35 45 Nb B 6 2 AWS – AWS A5.14 0.12 0.2 2.0 26.0 Cr 25.08 0.4-92: E309-17(mod.0 25.0 1.7 23. 1.) – – – – AWS A5.45 0.2 0.) AWS A5.5 26. 2-296 .2 1.5 Mn 1.5 0.) – – – SMAW stick electrodes FOX FA EN FOX FF EN FOX FF-A EN FOX FFB EN FOX FFB-A EN FOX CN 21/33 Mn EN FOX CN 25/35 Nb EN FOX CN 35/45 Nb EN GTAW rods FA-IG FF-IG FFB-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG CN 25/35 Nb-IG CN 35/45 Nb-IG GMAW solid wires FA-IG FF-IG FFB-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG CN 25/35 Nb-IG CN 35/45 Nb-IG EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN 12072: W 25 4 12072: W 22 12 12072: W 25 20 Mn 12072: W Z21 33 Nb 12072: W Z25 35 Nb 12072: W Z35 45 Nb H 12072: G 12072: G 12072: G 12072: G 12072: G 12072: G 25 4 22 12 H 25 20 Mn Z21 33 Nb Z25 35 Nb Z35 45 Nb H uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler SMAW stick electrodes FOX FA FOX FF FOX FF-A FOX FFB FOX FFB-A FOX CN 21/33 Mn FOX CN 25/35 Nb FOX CN 35/45 Nb GTAW rods FA-IG FF-IG FFB-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG CN 25/35 Nb-IG CN 35/45 Nb-IG GMAW solid wires FA-IG FF-IG FFB-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG CN 25/35 Nb-IG CN 35/45 Nb-IG C 0.0 22.0 26.) AWS A5.1 1.5 2.5 20.42 0.2 1.42 0.7 1.08 0.) AWS A5.2 2.2 1.9 0.0 22.8 1.8 1.0 0.5 Nb Fe Ti 1. bal.1 0.0 25.0 35.3 1.12 0.9-93: ER310(mod.4 12.2 3.0 35.6 0.0 3.12 0.0 Ni 5.1 1.9-93: ER309(mod.42 Si 0.0 35.) AWS A5.0 25.5 4.11 0.0 0.0 25.8 bal.5 33.2 1.5 11.4-92: E309-15(mod.5 12.1 0.3 1.8 1.5 1.8 1.11 0.4-92: E310-15(mod.8 0.0 45.9-93: ER310(mod.0 22.0 21.08 0.0 20.0 12.5 20.0 45.3 0.5 20.8 bal.) AWS A5.3 1.9 0.1 0.0 1.2 0.0 35.4 0.3 0.2 1.7 22.2 1.8 1.0 35.3 1.2 4.5 0.

high-alloyed. depending on the relevant base metal and material thickness.130 Preheating and interpass temperatures 200 . 1.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .400 °C.4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 327.0 350 100 . For furnaces requiring elevated resistance to reducing and oxidizing sulphurous gases as well as for final passes of weld joints in heat resistant. ferritic CrSiAl steels. Base Materials ferritic-austenitic 1.5 300 50 .4742 X 10 CrAl 18. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.105 FOX FA E 25 4 B 4.4823 G-X 40 CrNiSi 27 4 ferritic-perlitic 1. heat resistant Description Basic coated alloyed-core wire electrode for welding heat resistant steels.4724 X 10 CrAl 13.175 electrode identification: 3. as-welded u 520 680 22 45 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 490) 640) 315) 330) + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm amps A – 2.4821 X 20 CrNiSi 25 4. 1.2 Cr 25.4 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.0 Ni 5.4710 X 30 CrSi 6. 1.2 350 80 . SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: FA-IG GMAW solid wire: FA-IG 2-297 .10 Si 0.4713 X 10 CrAl 7.4762 X 10 CrAl 25.5 Mn 1.SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 25 4 B 2 2 BÖHLER FOX FA SMAW stick electrode. ASTM A297HC Approvals and Certificates UDT. Scaling resistant up to +1100 °C. 1. 1. 1.

hardening plants.2 350 FOX FF E 22 12 B 4.4833 X7 CrNi23 14 ferritic-perlitic 1.4828 X 15 CrNiSi 20 12. as-welded u 440 600 35 80 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 550) 330) 347) + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm – 2.0 350 Preheating and interpass temperatures for ferritic steels 200 .175 80 .100 110 .). 1. amps A 50 .Heat Resistant Filler Metals .1 Cr 22 Ni 12 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 1.4724 X 10 CrAl 13. high-alloyed.5 300 electrode identification: 3. steam boiler construction.1 Si 1. in annealing plants.4-92: E309-15(mod.300 °C.SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 22 12 B 2 2 AWS A5. 1. 1.0 Mn 1. UDT. forged and cast steels as well as heat resistant ferritic CrSiAl steels.4710 G-X 30 CrSi 6.) BÖHLER FOX FF SMAW stick electrode. TÜV-A (21). the final layer has to be deposited by means of FOX FA.140 Base Materials austenitic 1. e. 1.4713 X 10 CrAl 7. For weld joints exposed to reducing.4826 G-X 40 CrNiSi 22 9.g. the crude oil industry and the ceramics industry. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX FF-A GTAW rod: FF-IG GMAW solid wire: FF-IG 2-298 . 1. Scaling resistant up to +1000 °C.4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 305. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. heat resistant Description Basic coated alloyed-core wire electrode for welding analogous. heat resistant rolled. ASTM A297HF Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (9090. sulphurous gases.4742 X 10 CrAl 18.

heat resistant Description Rutile coated alloyed-core wire electrode for welding analogous.180 80 . 1.4828 X 15 CrNiSi 20 12. forged and cast steels as well as heat resistant ferritic CrSiAl steels.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. 1. 2 h 2.). the final layer has deposited by means of FOX FA.300 °C.4713 X 10 CrAl 7.4833 X7 CrNi23 14 ferritic-perlitic 1.4826 G-X 40 CrNiSi 22 9. 1. steam boiler construction.2 350 FOX FF-A E 22 12 R 4. as-welded u 460 610 37 60 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 550) 330) 347) + 20 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm L mm 120 .110 110 .8 Mn 1.1 Si 0. amps A 50 .g.140 Base Materials austenitic 1. UDT. high-alloyed. 1. Scaling resistant up to +1000 °C.0 350 Preheating and interpass temperatures for ferritic steels 200 . ASTM A297HF Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (9091.0 Cr 22.SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 22 12 R 3 2 AWS A5.200 °C. ABS (309-17).5 Ni 12. the crude oil industry and the ceramics industry.4724 X 10 CrAl 13.4742 X 10 CrAl 18. 1.5 350 electrode identification: 3. Smooth beads and easy slag removal. hardening plants.Heat Resistant Filler Metals . For weld joints in CrSiAl steels exposed to sulphurous gases. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX FF GTAW rod: FF-IG GMAW solid wire: FF-IG 2-299 . heat resistant rolled. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. min. 1. in annealing plants.4710 G-X 30 CrSi 6.4-92: E309-17 BÖHLER FOX FF-A SMAW stick electrode. e.4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 305.

the crude oil industry and the ceramics industry. steam boiler construction. re-drying if necessary: – electrode identification: FOX FFB E 25 20 B amps A 50 .2 350 4.4713 X 10 CrAl 7. Statoil. 1.4840 G-X 15 CrNi 25 20. The service temperature range between +650 and +900 °C should be avoided owing to the risk of embrittlement.4742 X 10 CrAl 18.180 Base Materials austenitic 1. 1. 1.4762 X 10 CrAl 25.4724 X 10 CrAl 13. Joint welds in heat resisting CrSiAl steels exposed to sulphurous gases should be given a final layer deposited by means of FOX FA.6 Mn 3. in annealing plants. 310. 1.5 Cr 26. 1. forged and cast steels e.4710 G-X 30 CrSi 6.110 110 . 1.4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 305. Cryogenic resistance down to -196 °C.).4-92: E310-15(mod. 1. 1.300 °C.Heat Resistant Filler Metals . heat resistant Description Basic coated alloyed-core wire electrode for analogous. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.) BÖHLER FOX FFB SMAW stick electrode.4845 X 12 CrNi 25 21. 1.4846 G-X 40 CrNi 25 21.11 Si 0. high-alloyed.0 450 Preheating and interpass temperatures for ferritic steels +200 . Scaling resistant up to +1200 °C. ASTM A297 HF.5 300 3.175 80 .SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 25 20 B 2 2 AWS A5.4841 X 15 CrNiSi 25 20. heat resisting rolled. 314. hardening plants.4828 X 15 CrNiSi 20 12.196 °C: Operating Data ø mm L mm 2.0 Ni 20.0 350 5.140 140 . UDT. as-welded u 420 600 36 100 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 560) 330) 347) 332) + 20 °C: . SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX FFB-A GTAW rod: FFB-IG GMAW solid wire: FFB-IG 2-300 . 1.4826 G-X 40 CrNiSi 22 9 ferritic-perlitic 1. A297 HJ Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0143.g.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.

300 °C. heat resistant Description Rutile coated alloyed-core wire electrode for analogous. 310.4710 G-X 30 CrSi 6. 1. VUZ. 314. 1.5 Mn 2.4713 X 10 CrAl 7.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. steam boiler construction.g.180 80 . 2 h electrode identification: FOX FFB-A 310-16 E 25 20 R amps A 40 .2 350 4.200 °C. 1.0 300 2.160 50 . A297 HJ Approvals and Certificates Statoil.4742 X 10 CrAl 18. Smooth beads and easy slag removal.4845 X 12 CrNi 25 21. The temperature range between +650 and +900 °C should be avoided owing to the risk of embrittlement. 1. 1. UDT. heat resisting rolled steels e.4-92: E310-16 BÖHLER FOX FFB-A SMAW stick electrode.4846 G-X 40 CrNi 25 21. In weld joints exposed to sulphurous gases the final layer has to be deposited by means of FOX FA.2 Cr 26. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.12 Si 0.0 Ni 20. re-drying if necessary: 120 . high-alloyed.4828 X 15 CrNiSi 20 12.Heat Resistant Filler Metals . 1. min.SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1997: E 25 20 R 3 2 AWS A5.140 Base Materials austenitic 1. as-welded u 430 620 35 75 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 350) 550) 330) 347) + 20 °C: Operating Data ø mm L mm 2. hardening shops.4840 G-X 15 CrNi 25 20. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX FFB FFB-IG GMAW solid wire: FFB-IG 2-301 .4762 X 10 CrAl 25. ASTM A297 HF.4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 305. 1.110 110 . 1.0 350 Preheating and interpass temperatures for ferritic steels 200 . Thick-walled weldments to be carried out by means of the basic electrode FOX FFB. the crude oil industry and the ceramics industry. 1. in annealing shops.4826 G-X 40 CrNiSi 22 9 ferritic-perlitic 1.5 300 3.4724 X 10 CrAl 13. Scaling resistance up to +1200 °C. 1.4841 X 15 CrNiSi 25 20.

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. Suitable for operating temperatures up to 1050 °C in carburized low-sulphur gas.3 Fe bal.4959 X 8NiCrAlTi 32 21 Alloy 800 H.2 4.5 3. as-welded u ≥ 410 ≥ 600 ≥ 25 ≥ 70 Operating Data re-drying: 250-300°C.3 Mn 4. min. N08811 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10514.14 Si 0.4876 X10 NiCrAlTi 32 20 1.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .5 Cr 21 Ni 33 Nb 1. UNS N08800.). TÜV-A. 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 21/33 Mn ø mm 2.4859 GX10 NiCrNb 32 2o 1. N08810. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. Typicall alloy for welding of pyrolysis furnace tubes.4958 X 5 NiCrAlTi 3120 1.SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1999: EZ 21 33 B 4 2 BÖHLER FOX CN 21/33 Mn SMAW stick electrode high-alloyed.0 L mm 300 350 400 amps A 50-75 70-110 90-140 Base Materials 1. CL Same-alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: CN 21/33 Mn-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG 2-302 . heat resistant Description Basic coated electrode for joining and surfacing of heat resistant steels and cast steels of the same or similar chemical composition.

5 Cr 25 Ni 35 Nb 1.4852 GX40NiCrSiNb35-25 1. as-welded u ≥ 480 ≥ 700 ≥8 Operating Data re-drying: 250-300 °C.1 Fe bal. CL Similar-alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: CN 25/35 Nb-IG CN 25/35 Nb-IG 2-303 .4 Si 1. Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: (*) u untreated.0 L mm 300 350 400 amps A 50-75 70-120 100-140 Base Materials 1.0 Mn 1. 2 h electrode identification: FOX CN 25/35 Nb ø mm 2.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .5 3. min. TÜV-A.SMAW Stick Electrodes EN 1600:1999: EZ 25 35 Nb B 6 2 BÖHLER FOX CN 25/35 Nb SMAW stick electrode high-alloyed.2 4. Typicall alloy for welding of pyrolysis furnace tubes.4857 GX40NiCrSi35-25 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (applied). heat resistant Description Basic coated electrode for joining and surfacing of heat resistant steels and cast steels of the same or similar chemical composition Resistant to scaling up to 1150 °C.2 Ti 0. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.

min.2 4.0 Ni 45.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 70-90 90-110 100-140 Base Materials GX45NiCrNbSiTi45-35 Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: CN 35/45 Nb-IG CN 35/45 Nb-IG 2-304 . Typicall alloy for welding of pyrolysis furnace tubes.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .45 Si 1 Mn 0. heat resistant Description Basic coated electrode for joining and surfacing of heat resistant steels and cast steels of the same or similar chemical composition Resistant to scaling up to 1180 °C.9 Fe bal. Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: (*) u ≥ 450 ≥ 600 ≥8 u untreated. 2-3 hrs electrode identification: FOX CN 35/45 Nb ø mm 2.200 °C.5 3.8 Cr 35.SMAW Stick Electrodes DIN EN1600:1997: EZ 35 45 Nb B 6 2 BÖHLER FOX CN 35/45 Nb SMAW stick electrode high-alloyed. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.5 Nb 0. as welded Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 120 .

4820 BÖHLER FA-IG GTAW rod.4713 X 10 CrAl 7. high-alloyed. Scaling resistance up to +1100 °C. 1.4 front: W 25 4 back: 1.Nr.7 Ni 4. ASTM A297HC Approvals and Certificates UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX FA GMAW solid wire: FA-IG 2-305 . 1.4823 G-X 40 CrNiSi 27 4 ferritic-perlitic 1. The low Ni-content renders this filler metal especially recommendable for applications involving the attack of sulphurous oxidizing or reducing combustion gases.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u 540 yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 710 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 22 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 70 (*) u untreated. Ferriticaustenitic deposit. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. 1.GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W.4762 X 10 CrAl 25. heat resistant Description TIG welding rod for gas-shielded welding of heat resisting.8 Mn 1.4710 X 30 CrSi 6. Base Materials ferritic-austenitic 1. 1. as-welded – shielding gas Argon (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 500) 650) 320) 340) Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon ø mm rod marking: 2.4724 X 10 CrAl 13.4820 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.: W 25 4 1.Heat Resistant Filler Metals . 1.4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 327.4742 X 10 CrAl 18. analogous or similar steels.08 Si 0.2 Cr 25. 1.4821 X 20 CrNiSi 25 4.

e.0 Ni 11. ferritic CrSiAl steels.9-93: W. heat resistant Description TIG welding rod for analogous.GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.11 Si 1. hardening shops.Nr.: W 22 12 H ER309(mod.) 1. 1. 1. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.4713 X 10 CrAl 7.g. the crude oil industry and the ceramics industry. high-alloyed. The final layer of joint welds in CrSiAl steels exposed to sulphurous gases must be deposited by means of FOX FA or FA-IG.2 Cr 22. Base Materials austenitic 1.4724 X 10 CrAl 13.300 °C. as-welded – shielding gas Argon (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 420) 600) 330) 385) Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon ø mm rod marking: 1. ASTM A297HF Approvals and Certificates TÜV-A (20). in annealing shops.4826 G-X 40 CrNiSi 22 9.0 back: 1. Scaling resistance up to +1000 °C.2 Mn 1. Austenitic deposited with a ferrite content of approx. UDT. 1. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX FF FOX FF-A GMAW solid wire: FF-IG 2-306 . 1. Preferably used for applications involving the attack of oxidizing gases.4829 BÖHLER FF-IG GTAW rod.4710 G-X 30 CrSi 6.4828 X 15 CrNiSi 20 12. forged and cast steels as well as for heat resisting.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) u yield strength Re N/mm2: 500 tensile strength Rm N/mm2: 630 elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: 32 impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: 115 (*) u untreated.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .4 Preheating and interpass temperatures for ferritic steels 200 .4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 305. 1. 1.4829 2.4833 X7 CrNi 2314 ferritic-perlitic 1. steam boiler construction.6 front: W 22 12 H 2. heat resisting rolled.4742 X 10 CrAl 18. 8 %.

4710 G-X 30 CrSi 6. steam boiler construction.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 420 630 33 85 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 380) 580) 325) 380) 332) + 20 °C: .4724 X 10 CrAl 13.4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 305. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX FFB FOX FFB-A GMAW solid wire: FFB-IG 2-307 .4845 X 12 CrNi 25 21.GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.: W 25 20 Mn ER310(mod. Base Materials austenitic 1.4826 G-X 40 CrNiSi 22 9 ferritic-perlitic 1. Preferably employed for applications involving the attack of oxidizing. the crude oil industry and the ceramics industry. 1. 1. rolled.g. e.300 °C. Cryogenic toughness down to -196 °C. 1.4742 X 10 CrAl 18. 314. 1. in annealing shops. 1. hardening shops.4713 X 10 CrAl 7. ASTM A297 HF. 1. 1. Scaling resistance up to +1200 °C.9 Mn 3. A297 HJ Approvals and Certificates UDT. 310.4842 BÖHLER FFB-IG GTAW rod.4842 2.4762 X 10 CrAl 25.4828 X 15 CrNiSi 20 12. 1. nitrogen-containing or low-oxygen gases.0 Ni 20. forged and cast steels.196 °C: (*) u untreated. 1.4841 X 15 CrNiSi 25 20.4840 G-X 15 CrNi 25 20. heat resistant Description TIG welding rod for analogous. The final layer of joint welds in heat resisting CrSiAl steels exposed to sulphurous gases must be deposited by means of FOX FA or FA-IG. Fully austenitic deposit.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .Nr. high-alloyed. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.4 Preheating and interpass temperatures for ferritic steels 200 .12 Si 0.0 back: 1.2 Cr 25. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon ø mm rod marking: 1.6 front: W 25 20 Mn 2.9-93: W.4846 G-X 40 CrNi 25 21. 1. heat resisting.) 1.

as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: 21/33 back: 1. high-alloyed.0 Ni 33.2 Mn 2.3 Cr 22. N08811 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (applied) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GMAW solid wire: FOX CN 21/33 Mn CN 21/33 Mn-IG 2-308 . Typicall alloy for welding of pyrolysis furnace tubes.4958 X 5 NiCrAlTi 3120 1.: W Z21 33 Nb 1.No. Suitable for operating temperatures up to +1050 °C in carburized low-sulphur gas.4959 X 8 NiCrAlTi 32 21 Alloy 800 H. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u u ≥ 450 ≥ 620 ≥ 17 ≥ 50 +20 °C: untreated.2 Si 0.4859 GX10 NiCrNb 32 20 1. N08810.4850 ø mm 2.0 2. UNS N08800.4 3.GTAW Rods EN 12072: 1999: W.) BÖHLER CN 21/33 Mn-IG GTAW rod.0 Nb 1.4876 X10 NiCrAlTi 32 20 1.2 Base Materials 1.4850(mod. heat resistant Description GTAW rod for joining and surfacing of heat resistant steels and cast steels of the same or similar chemical composition.

CL Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GMAW solid wire: FOX CN 25/35 Nb CN 25/35 Nb-IG 2-309 .Heat Resistant Filler Metals . as-welded Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: 25/35Nb back: 1. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.4852) G-X40 NiCrSi 35-25 (1. heat resistant Description GTAW rod for joining and surfacing of heat resistant steels and cast steels of the same or similar chemical composition Resistant to scaling up to 1150 °C. Typical alloy for welding of pyrolysis furnace tubes.4853 ø mm 2.3 Fe bal. Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: (*) u ≥ 400 ≥ 600 ≥8 u untreated.: W Z25 35 Nb 1.4853 BÖHLER CN 25/35 Nb-IG GTAW rod.4 2.8 Cr 26 Ni 35 Nb 1. TÜV-A.4 3.2 Base Materials GX40 NiCrSiNb 35-25 (1.4857) Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (applied). high-alloyed.No.GTAW Rods EN 12072:1999: W.2 Mn 1.42 Si 1.

Typicall alloy for welding of pyrolysis furnace tubes.0 Cr 35 Ni 45. high-alloyed.5 Nb 0.2 Base Materials GX45NiCrNbSiTi45-35 Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GMAW solid wire: FOX CN 35/45 Nb CN 35/45 Nb-IG 2-310 .4 3.8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: (*) u ≥ 450 ≥ 550 ≥6 u untreated.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .GTAW Rods DIN EN12072:1999: W Z35 45 Nb H BÖHLER CN 35/45 Nb-IG GTAW rod.0 2. as-welded Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: 35/45 ø mm 2.5 Mn 1. heat resistant Description GTAW rod for joining and surfacing of heat resistant steels and cast steels of the same or similar chemical composition Resistant to scaling up to 1180 °C. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.42 Si 1.

: 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. 1. Ferritic-austenitic deposit. heat resistant Description GMAW wire for gas-shielded welding of heat resisting.4762 X 10 CrAl 25. high-alloyed. ø mm 1.4823 G-X 40 CrNiSi 27 4 ferritic-perlitic 1. ASTM A297HC Approvals and Certificates UDT Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX FA GTAW rod: FA-IG 2-311 .4820 BÖHLER FA-IG GMAW solid wire.4742 X 10 CrAl 18.4710 X 30 CrSi 6.0 1.2 Cr 25. The low Ni-content renders this filler metal especially recommendable for applications involving the attack of sulphurous oxidizing or reducing combustion gases. 1. 1.5 % CO2 450) 630) 315) 330) Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + max.8 Mn 1.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .08 Si 0. 1.4821 X 20 CrNiSi 25 4. analogous or similar steels. 2. 1.4724 X 10 CrAl 13.GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: G 25 4 W. Scaling resistance up to +1100 °C.Nr.4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 327.5 % CO2 Preheating and interpass temperature as required by the base metal.2 Base Materials ferritic-austenitic 1.4713 X 10 CrAl 7.7 Ni 4. as-welded – shielding gas Ar u 520 (≥ 690 (≥ 20 (≥ 50 (≥ + 2.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: (*) u untreated. 1.

2.Heat Resistant Filler Metals . 1. Scaling resistance up to +1000 °C. ASTM A297HF Approvals and Certificates TÜV-A (26).4713 X 10 CrAl 7.1 Mn 1. e.4829 BÖHLER FF-IG GMAW solid wire. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX FF FOX FF-A GTAW rod: FF-IG 2-312 . as-welded – shielding gas Ar u 480 (≥ 620 (≥ 34 (≥ 110 (≥ + 2.4742 X 10 CrAl 18. 1. high-alloyed. ø mm 1. steam boiler construction.4833 X7 CrNi 23 14 ferritic-perlitic 1.) 1. 1.4826 G-X 40 CrNiSi 22 9. ferritic CrSiAl steels. in annealing shops. The final layer of joint welds in CrSiAl steels exposed to sulphurous gases must be deposited by means of FOX FA or FA-IG.g.4710 G-X 30 CrSi 6.4724 X 10 CrAl 13.300 °C. heat resistant Description GMAW wire for analogous.2 Base Materials austenitic 1.5 % CO2 Preheating and interpass temperatures for ferritic steels 200 . hardening shops. 1.0 Ni 11. 1.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J + 20 °C: (*) u untreated.4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 305. heat resisting rolled. Austenitic deposited with a ferrite content of approx. forged and cast steels as well as for heat resisting. Preferably used for applications involving the attack of oxidizing gases. the crude oil industry and the ceramics industry. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. UDT.Nr. 8 %.GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.9-93: W.: G 22 12 H ER309(mod. 1.6 Cr 23.4828 X 15 CrNiSi 20 12.5 % CO2 350) 540) 330) 370) Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + max.0 1.08 Si 1.

4740 G-X 40 CrSi 17 AISI 305.4828 X 15 CrNiSi 20 12.4840 G-X 15 CrNi 25 20. e.9 Mn 3. 1. heat resistant Description GMAW wire for analogous.196 °C: (≥ 332) (*) u untreated.12 Si 0. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 2.8 1. rolled. ASTM A297 HF.4710 G-X 30 CrSi 6.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .2 Cr 25.5 % CO2 u 400 620 38 95 Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + max. 1. ø mm 0.300 °C. Preferably employed for applications involving the attack of oxidizing.Nr.9-93: W.4842 BÖHLER FFB-IG GMAW solid wire. 1.: G 25 20 Mn ER310(mod.4724 X 10 CrAl 13. heat resisting.0 Ni 20.4762 X 10 CrAl 25. hardening shops. Scaling resistance up to +1200 °C.4826 G-X 40 CrNiSi 22 9 ferritic-perlitic 1. 1. 1.2 Base Materials austenitic 1.4846 G-X 40 CrNi 25 21. 1.4742 X 10 CrAl 18. forged and cast steels. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. 2. SEPROZ Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX FFB FOX FFB-A GTAW rod: FFB-IG 2-313 . steam boiler construction. 1. Fully austenitic deposit.196 °C. in annealing shops. 1.) 1.4713 X 10 CrAl 7.5 % CO2 Preheating and interpass temperatures for ferritic steels 200 . 314. the crude oil industry and the ceramics industry. 1. high-alloyed.0 1.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (≥ 350) (≥ 540) (≥ 330) + 20 °C: (≥ 363) . nitrogen-containing or low-oxygen gases. Cryogenic toughness down to . The final layer of joint welds in heat resisting CrSiAl steels exposed to sulphurous gases must be deposited by means of FOX FA or FA-IG. 1.g.GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: AWS A5.4841 X 15 CrNiSi 25 20. A297 HJ Approvals and Certificates UDT.4845 X 12 CrNi 25 21. 310.

as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 2.4850(mod.2 Base Materials 1.GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072: 1999: W. high-alloyed.5 % CO2 ø mm 1.0 Ni 33.3 Cr 22. UNS N08800.4959 X8 NiCrAlTi 32 21 Alloy 800 H.4859 GX10 NiCrNb 32 20 1.2 Si 0.2 Mn 2. Typicall alloy for welding of pyrolysis furnace tubes.5 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + 2.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 380 ≥ 600 ≥ 25 ≥ 50 +20 °C: (*) u untreated.0 Nb 1.4876 X10 NiCrAlTi 32 20 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.4958 X5 NiCrAlTi 31 20 1. N08810. heat resistant Description GMAW wire for joining and surfacing of heat resistant steels and cast steels of the same or similar chemical composition.Heat Resistant Filler Metals . N08811 Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX CN 21/33 Mn CN 21/33 Mn-IG 2-314 . Suitable for operating temperatures up to +1050 °C in carburized low-sulphur gas.0 1.) BÖHLER CN 21/33 Mn-IG GMAW solid wire.No.: G Z21 33 Nb 1.

No.5 % CO2 ø mm 1.42 Si 1. Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: u ≥ 400 ≥ 600 ≥8 (*) u untreated.3 Fe bal. heat resistant Description GMAW wire for joining and surfacing of heat resistant steels and cast steels of the same or similar chemical composition Resistant to scaling up to 1150 °C. high-alloyed.: G Z25 35 Nb 1. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.8 Cr 26 Ni 35 Nb 1. Typical alloy for welding of pyrolysis furnace tubes.2 Mn 1. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 2.GMAW Solid Wires EN 12072:1999: W.5 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + 2.4852) G-X40 NiCrSi 35 25 (1.4857) Approvals and Certificates CL Similar Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX CN 25/35 Nb CN 25/35 Nb-IG 2-315 .4853 BÖHLER CN 25/35 Nb-IG GMAW solid wire.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .2 Base Materials GX40NiCrSiNb35-25 (1.

5 % CO2 ø mm 1. heat resistant Description GMAW wire for joining and surfacing of heat resistant steels and cast steels of the same or similar chemical composition Resistant to scaling up to 1180 °C.8 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: u ≥ 245 ≥ 450 ≥6 (*) u untreated.42 Si 1.GMAW Solid Wires DIN EN12072:1999: G Z35 45 Nb H BÖHLER CN 35/45 Nb-IG GMAW solid wire high-alloyed.0 Cr 35 Ni 45.Heat Resistant Filler Metals .5 Mn 1.2 Base Materials GX 45NiCrNbSiTi45-35 Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX CN 35/45 Nb CN 35/45 Nb-IG 2-316 . Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0.5 Nb 0. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 2. Typicall alloy for welding of pyrolysis furnace tubes.5 % CO2 Operating Data shielding gas: Argon + 2.

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..........................g.........................................9...........336 GMAW FLUX CORED WIRES .... e..320 SMAW STICK ELECTRODES ...... chemical and petrochemical plant engineering......................... The main applications of these filler metals are welding of nickel base alloys.........................344 2-319 . high temperature and creep resisting steels............... Nickel-base Filler Metals u Objectives This section contains product information for nickel base filler metals... Nickel and its alloys with Cr. in flue gas desulphurisation or for sea water desalination plants as well as for high temperature and heat resistant applications like the boiler fabrication or the construction of heating ovens and furnaces............Product Information 2.......342 SAW WIRE/FLUX-COMBINATIONS .............. In addition some of the nickel base alloys are also suitable for cryogenic applications down to -196 °C........................ Co...................... for highly corrosion resisting offshore constructions... Fe.............322 GTAW RODS................ Mo............330 GMAW SOLID WIRES ....... dissimilar joints and low alloy problem steels. heat resisting and cryogenic materials................ u Contents OVERVIEW .... Al and Ti offer a broad and universal range of possibilities for use........................................................................... Cu...................................................................................

34: ENiCr 3T0-4 AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCr-3 AWS A5.11: ENiCrCoMo-1 AWS 5.14-97: ERNiCr-3 AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCrMo-3 AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCrCoMo-1 AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCr-3 AWS A5.) AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCu7 GMAW flux cored wires NIBAS 70/20-FD FOX NIBAS 625-FD ENISO14172: Typ E Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) ENISO14172: E Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) AWS A5.11: ENiCu7 FOX NIBAS 617 FOX NIBAS C 276 FOX NIBAS 400 E Ni 6620 (NiCr14Mo7Fe) E Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) EL-NiCr 20 Mo 9 Nb E Ni 6182 (NiCr15Fe6Mn) EL-NiCr 16 FeMn E Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) EL-NiCr 19 Nb E Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16) EL-NiCr 22 Mo 16 E Ni 6617 (NiCr21Co12Mo) EL-NiCr 21 Co 12Mo E Ni 6276 (NiCr15Mo15Fe6W4) EL-NiMo 15 Cr 15 W E Ni 4060 (NiCu30Mn3Ti) EL-NiCu 30 Mn S Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) SG-NiCr 21 Mo 9 Nb S Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) SG-NiCr 20 Nb S Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16) SG-NiCr 23 Mo 16 S Ni 6617 (NiCr22Co12Mo) SG-NiCr 22 Co 12 Mo 9 S Ni 6276 (NiCr15Mo16Fe6W4) SG-NiMo 16 Cr 16 W S Ni 4060 (NiCu30Mn3Ti) SG-NiCu 30 Mn 3 Ti S Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) SG-NiCr 21 Mo 9 Nb S Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) SG-NiCr 20 Nb S Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16) SG-NiCr 23 Mo 16 S Ni 6617 (NiCr22Co12Mo) SG-NiCr 22 Co 12 Mo 9 S Ni 6276 (NiCr15Mo16Fe6W4) SG-NiMo 16 Cr 16 W S Ni 4060 (NiCu30Mn3Ti) SG-NiCu 30 Mn 3 Ti GTAW rods NIBAS 625-IG NiCr 625-IG* NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG* NIBAS C 24-IG NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS 400-IG AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCrMo-3 AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCrMo-4 DIN 1736: SG-NiMo 16 Cr 16 W Flux: EN760: SA-FB 2 AC * product name in Germany 2-320 .11-97: ENiCrFe-3(mod.14-97: ERNiCrMo-13 AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCrCoMo-1 NIBAS 625-UP/BB 444 ENISO18274: S Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) DIN 1736: UP-NiCr 21 Mo 9 Nb Flux: EN760: SA-FB 2 AC NIBAS C 24-UP/BB 444 ENISO18274: S Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16) DIN 1736: SG-NiCr 23 Mo 16 Flux: EN760: SA-FB 2 AC NIBAS 617-UP/BB 444 ENISO18274: S Ni 6617 (NiCr22Co12Mo) DIN 1736: SG-NiCr 22 Co 12 Mo 9 Flux: EN760: SA-FB 2 AC NIBAS C276-UP/BB 444 ENISO18274: S Ni 6276 (NiCr15Mo16Fe6W4) AWS A5.11-97: ENiCrMo-6 AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCrCoMo-1 AWS A5.u Overview – Standard Classifications Böhler ENISO / DIN SMAW stick electrodes FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX NIBAS 60/15 NIBAS 625 NiCr 625* NIBAS 70/15 NiCr 70/15* NIBAS 70/20 NiCr 70 Nb* NIBAS C 24 ENISO14172: ENISO14172: DIN 1736: ENISO14172: DIN 1736: ENISO14172: DIN 1736: ENISO14172: DIN 1736: ENISO14172: DIN 1736: ENISO14172: DIN 1736: ENISO14172: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: ENISO18274: DIN 1736: Nickel-base Filler Metals AWS AWS 5.11-97: ENiCrMo-13 AWS 5.14-97: ERNiCrMo-13 AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCrMo-13 AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCrMo-4 AWS A5.11-97: ENiCrMo-3 AWS A5.11-97: ENiCrMo-4 AWS 5.11-97: ENiCrMo-3T0-4 SAW wire/flux-combination NIBAS 70/20-UP/BB 444 ENISO18274: S Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) DIN 1736: UP-NiCr 20 Nb Flux: EN760: SA-FB 2 AC AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCu7 GMAW solid wires NIBAS 625-IG NiCr 625-IG* NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG* NIBAS C24-IG NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS 400-IG AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCrMo-4 AWS A5.14-97: ERNiCrMo-3 AWS A5.11-97: ENiCrFe-3 AWS A5.

01 0.0 10.08 + 3.0 bal.01 <0.05 <0.5 0.0 9.2 Nickel-base Filler Metals Fe Co Ta Al T 1.0 <5.02 ≤0.8 T 3.0 9.3 21.0 ≥67 ≤0.7 T4 0.02 ≤0. 9. 16.5 9.0 16.0 20.2 <0.4 ≤2.2 3.5 21.2 bal.6 0.0 0.0 6.0 22.05 + 6.4 3.0 16.02 ≤0.0 9.5 ≤1.2 3.0 ≤0.025 0.0 15.6 3.0 bal. bal.5 ≥60.3 3.6 3.8 8.0 19.08 + 3. bal.0 10.5 20.5 + + 0.1 21.7 1.0 ≤0.1 <0.0 5.1 0.0 5.0 0.5 1.4 <10.0 0.2 ≤0.0 ≤0.0 ≤2. bal.35 <2.2 0.0 5.25 <0.7 ≤1.5 0.1 0.0 <7.0 ≤0.2 15.0 1.025 0.01 0.1 3.5 bal.012 <0. 9.0 6.2 <0.5 ≤0.06 <0.5 9.0 22.0 0.3 ≤0.5 2.02 ≤0.1 0.7 ≤1.02 ≤0.0 T 3.0 1.4 ≤0.4 0.2 ≤0. 16.012 <0.02 ≤0.01 <0.0 22.08 + 6.0 3.7 0.0 ≥67 0.01 0.4 0.0 16.1 0.0 ≤0.8 <1.25 <1.2 ≤0. 3.3 2.0 22.2 0.3 1.0 19.0 Cu 29 GMAW flux cored wires NIBAS 70/20-FD FOX NIBAS 625-FD NIBAS 70/20-UP NIBAS 70/20-UP/BB 444 NIBAS 625-UP NIBAS 625-UP/BB 444 NIBAS C 24-UP NIBAS C 24-UP/BB 444 NIBAS 617-UP NIBAS 617-UP/BB 444 NIBAS C276-UP NIBAS C276-UP/BB 444 0.05 <0.5 ≥60.025 ≤0.0 0.03 <0.2 0.08 ≤0.0 ≥67 ≤0.03 ≤0.0 8.0 0.5 ≤0.0 21.7 <1.05 <0.0 0.012 0.5 8. 8.8 16.3 3.3 21.0 20.1 <0.2 0.3 <0.0 ≥67 0. bal.015 0.6 2.08 ≤0.3 2. bal.08 1 0.0 22.1 <0.0 ≥67 ≥67 ≥67 ≥67 bal.0 V 0. 16.3 2.01 0.05 0.0 ≥67 ≥60 bal.0 0.0 16.4 <1.5 0.4 0.4 0.3 3.5 0.06 <0.4 ≤0.5 15.7 <0.0 1.1 21.5 23.2 2.0 9.0 ≤2.7 3.0 14.0 Cu 29 GMAW solid wires NIBAS 625-IG NiCr 625-IG* NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG* NIBAS C24-IG NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS 400-IG ≤0.6 2. bal. bal.5 15.5 0.0 ≤1.5 2.5 2.3 21.2 <0.2 2.2 T 3.025 0. bal.7 6.4 0.1 0.25 0.4 0.4 <0.1 16.020 0.0 20. 6.5 <1.2 <1.5 ≥60.025 0.03 0.0 20.0 0.0 20.1 3.15 0.0 0.2 ≤0.5 <1.025 0.0 ≥60.1 0.0 22.6 2.2 2.4 3.4 0.3 21.05 0. bal.3 * product name in Germany 2-321 .02 0.0 0.0 ≤0.15 9.2 <0. bal.5 20. 3.8 T 3.0 ≤0.3 3.4 ≤2. 16.5 ≤0.6 3.0 1.0 ≤1.0 ≤0.0 1.15 0.0 11. bal.0 1.0 0.1 0.5 SAW wire/flux-combination 0.5 bal.0 bal.0 9.5 V 0.03 0.0 0.5 23.0 bal.02 <0.0 ≤0.7 <1.25 <0.0 20.2 bal.0 1.0 0.u Overview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler C Si Mn Cr Ni Mo Nb Ti SMAW stick electrodes FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX NIBAS 60/15 NIBAS 625 NiCr 625* NIBAS 70/15 NiCr 70/15* NIBAS 70/20 NiCr 70 Nb* NIBAS C 24 NIBAS 617 NIBAS C 276 NIBAS 400 <0.1 16.5 2.5 23.0 16.3 Cu 29 GTAW rods NIBAS 625-IG NiCr 625-IG* NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG* NIBAS C 24-IG NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS 400-IG ≤0.0 0. ≥60.0 6.0 5.5 15.06 <0.5 + + 0.5 3.03 ≤0.2 ≤1.5 ≥60.0 11.5 bal. bal.010 0.0 11.25 0.5 2.4 20.6 3.3 3.

11-97: E Ni 6620 (NiCr14Mo7Fe) ENiCrMo-6 BÖHLER FOX NIBAS 60/15 SMAW stick electrode.0 W 1.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 70-100 100-130 120-160 The weld zone must be bare and properly degreased.2 4. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C <0. It is weldable in flat. Stable arc. in order to avoid the magnetic arc blow effects which occur when welding cold-tough nickel steels with dc. To avoid end crater cracks the crater must be filled properly and the arc drawn away to the side. The electrode is welded with a slight tilt.5 3.1 Si <0.6 Mn 3 Cr 14 Mo 6. 170 %.5 Nb 1 Fe <10. Base Materials 9 % nickel steel base metal: X 8 Ni 9 ASTM A333. Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. A353. horizontal and vertical-up position. recovery appr. high efficiency nickel base Description The high-nickel electrode FOX NIBAS 60/15 is especially suited for welding cold-tough nickel steels. as-welded u ≥ 420 ≥ 690 ≥ 35 ≥ 60 -196 °C: Operating Data re-drying: if necessary 250-300 °C. A522. min. 2 h electrode identification: FOX NIBAS 60/15 NiCrMo 6 ø mm 2. A334.3 Ni bal.) Same Alloy Filler Metals – 2-322 . The electrode is designated for welding with ac. such as X8Ni9. easy slag removal. short arc and sufficient high amperage adjustment. A553.Nickel-base Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN ISO 14172:2003: AWS 5. K81340 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10510. High performance lime-type electrode.

TÜV-A (478). "6 Mo" steels). fully austenitic. It is also recommended for high temperature and creep resisting steels. otherwise up to the scaling resistance temperature of +1200 °C (S-free atmosphere).0 ≥ 60.4876 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 21. X 2 CrNiMoCuN 20 18 6. this temperature range should be avoided.4 Nb 3. Furthermore C-diffusion at high temperature or during heat treatment of dissimilar joints is largely reduced.g P265GH. SEPROS.4856 NiCr 22 Mo 9 Nb.4641 NiCr 21 Mo 6 Cu joint welds of listed materials with non alloy and low alloy steels. 2.5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. Statoil.) Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: NIBAS 625-IG * product name in Germany GMAW solid wire: NIBAS 625-IG GMAW flux cored wire: NIBAS 625-FD SAW comb. LTSS.025 Si 0. S355N. 1.850 °C. as-welded u 530 800 40 80 45 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 450) 750) 330) 365) 332) + 20 °C: . UDT. 2. Alloy 600. ASTM A 553 Gr. min.7 Cr Ni 22. e. 16Mo3.4 Mn 0. 2 h electrode identification: FOX NIBAS 625 E NiCrMo-3 resp.2 4. FOX NiCr 625* SMAW stick electrode. FOX NiCr 625 E NiCrMo-3 ø mm 2.300 °C.4876 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20 H.: NIBAS 625-UP/BB 444 2-323 .Nickel-base Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes ENISO14172:2003: E Ni6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) DIN 1736: EL-NiCr 20 Mo 9 Nb AWS A5.4529 X1NiCrMoCuN25-20-7.5 3.160 65 . Thermal shock resistant.4816 NiCr 15 Fe.). Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. heat resisting and cryogenic materials. dissimilar joints.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12. 1. Alloy 625. Highly resistant to hot cracking.3 Co ≤ 0. 2.g.0 L mm 250 300 350 amps A 45 . X8Ni9.120 Base Materials 2.4858 NiCr 21 Mo.195 90 . Suitable in pressure vessel fabrication for -196 °C to +550 °C. 1.05 Fe 0. Due to the weld metal embrittlement between 600 . and lowalloyed problem steels. P285NH. Extremely resistant to stress corrosion cracking and pitting (PREN 52). 9 % Ni-steels Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (3773. (FOX NiCr 625: TÜV-D 3773. easy slag removal. Alloy 800 (H). nickel base Description Basic coated alloyed-core wire electrode for welding the nickel-base alloy Inconel 625 as well as CrNiMo-steels with high molybdenum content (e.0 Al ≤ 0. Electrodes and weld metal meet highest quality requirements. Excellent welding characteristics in all positions except vertical-down.11-97: ENiCrMo-3 BÖHLER FOX NIBAS 625.1. low coefficient of thermal expansion between C-steel and austenitic CrNi (Mo)-steel. 1. high resistance to porosity.196 °C: Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 250 .0 Mo 9. P295GH.

otherwise up to the scaling resistance temperature of +1200 °C (S-free atmosphere). Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. 2 h electrode identification: FOX NIBAS 70/15 E NiCrFe-3 resp.130 Base Materials NiCr 15 Fe (Inconel 600) as well as Ni-alloys of similar or same chemical composition.).0 Cr 16. KTA 1408 1 (8037. X8CrNiNb16-13. Ferritic-austenitic joints for service temperatures above +300 °C or for applications where a post weld heat treatment is required Suitable in pressure vessel fabrication for -196 °C to +650 °C.g. FOX NiCr 70/15 E NiCrFe-3 ø mm 2. non alloy and low alloy steels for elevated temperatures. min. C-diffusion at high temperature or during heat treatment of dissimilar joints is largely reduced. S255NB. P265GH.g. 650 °C/15 h/air s2 stress relieved. creep resistant austenitic steels. X8CrNiMoVNb16-13. UDT. highly resistant to hot cracking. low-alloyed problem steels and dissimilar joints.300 °C. 16Mo3. low alloyed constructional and pressure vessel steels. FOX NiCr 70/15* SMAW stick electrode.00)) Similar and Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: NIBAS 70/20-IG * product name in Germany GMAW solid wire: NIBAS 70/20-IG GMAW flux cored wire: NIBAS 70/20-FD SAW comb. Insusceptible to embrittlement.08 Fe 6. nickel base Description Basic coated alloyed-core wire electrode corresponding to AWS E NiCrFe-3 for high grade welding of nickelbase alloys. heat resisting and cryogenic materials. as-welded s1 stress relieved. P235GH.). easy slag removal. high-temperature and creep resisting steels. Thermal shock resistant. P235GH-P355GH.105 95 . X8CrNiMoNb16-16. fully austenitic. Electrode and weld metal meet highest quality requirements.025 Si 0.0 Ni Mo ≥ 67 ≤ 0.: NIBAS 70/20-UP/BB 444 2-324 .5% up to 5% Ni-steels.11-97: ENiCrFe-3 BÖHLER FOX NIBAS 70/15.0 L mm 300 300 350 amps A 45 .4 Mn 6.2 Co ≤ 0. also suitable for Alloy 800. Ni-steels containing 1. (FOX NiCr 70/15: TÜV-D (0842.08 Nb 2.196 °C: 80 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 360) 600) 330) 390) 332) s1 400 670 40 120 70 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 360) 600) 330) 380) 332) s2 400 670 40 120 70 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 360) 600) 330) 380) 332) (*) u untreated. furthermore. stainless.5 3.2 4. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (0842. high temperature steels as well as constructional steels with comparable tensile strength.05 Ti + Ta ≤ 0. also X20CrMoV12-1 and X20CrMoWV12-1 on stainless and creep resistant austenitic steels. low coefficient of thermal expansion between the coefficient values of C-steel and austenitic CrNi (Mo)-steel.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 400 670 40 + 20 °C: 120 . high resistance to porosity.Nickel-base Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes ENISO14172:2003: E Ni6182 (NiCr15Fe6Mn) DIN 1736: EL-NiCr 16 FeMn AWS A5. Excellent welding characteristics in all positions except vertical-down. e. e. 760 °C/10 h/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 250 .175 70 .

0 5. 2. FOX NiCr 70 Nb* SMAW stick electrode. high resistance to porosity.2 4.5 3.2 Co ≤ 0. Electrode and weld metal meet highest quality requirements. high-temperature.). also recommended for Alloy 800. heat resisting and cryogenic materials. Alloy 600 L nickel and nickel alloys.4816 Ni Cr 15 Fe. VUZ. min. lowalloyed problem steels and dissimilar joints.11-97: ENiCrFe-3(mod. FOX NiCr 70 Nb ø mm 2.0 Cr Ni Mo 19. C-diffusion at high temperature or during heat treatment of dissimilar joints is largely reduced.and CrNiMo-steels particularly for joint welding of dissimilar steels. Alloy 600. Thermal shock resistant.170 70 .0 ≤ 1. low coefficient of thermal expansion between the coefficient values of C-steel and austenitic CrNi (Mo)-steel. fully austenitic. LTSS.105 90 . easy slag removal. as-welded s1 stress relieved. Excellent welding characteristics in all positions except vertical-down.300 °C.125 120 .2 Ti + s1 420 680 42 120 70 Nb 2.0 L mm 300 300 350 400 amps A 40 . creep resisting.).4817 LC-NiCr 15 Fe.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 420 680 40 + 20 °C: 120 . otherwise up to the scaling resistance temperature of +1200 °C (S-free atmosphere). high-alloy Cr.025 Si 0.Nickel-base Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes ENISO14172:2003: E Ni6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) DIN 1736: EL-NiCr 19 Nb AWS A5. highly resistant to hot cracking. Statoil. unalloyed and alloyed.160 Base Materials 2. 750 °C/3 h/air Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 250 .08 Fe 3. 650 °C/15 h/air s2 stress relieved. stainless.) BÖHLER FOX NIBAS 70/20.0 ≥ 67. and nickel to steel combinations.196 °C: 80 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 380) 620) 330) 390) 332) (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 380) 620) 330) 380) 332) s2 420 680 43 120 70 (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 380) 620) 330) 380) 332) (*) u untreated.4 Mn 5.00)) Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: NIBAS 70/20-IG * product name in Germany GMAW solid wire: NIBAS 70/20-IG GMAW flux cored wire: NIBAS 70/20-FD SAW comb. high-temperature and creep resisting steels. low-temperature steels up to 5 % Ni-steels. nickel base Description Basic coated alloyed-core wire electrode corresponding to DIN EL-NiCr 19 Nb for high-grade welding of nickel-base alloys. SEPROS. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4697. furthermore. absence of undercuts. 2 h electrode identification: FOX NIBAS 70/20 resp. TÜV-A (442). UDT. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0. (FOX NiCr 70 Nb: TÜV-D (0889.: NIBAS 70/20-UP/BB 444 2-325 . Insusceptible to embrittlement. KTA 1408 1 (8039. high degree of purity. Ferritic-austenitic joints for service temperatures above +300 °C or for applications where a post weld heat treatment is required Suitable in pressure vessel fabrication for -196 °C to +650 °C.

e. NiMo16Cr16Ti (2. NiMo16Cr15W (2. NiCr23Mo16Al (2. Fe 1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.g.02 Si ≤ 0.and phosphoric acid.The special composition of the coating prevents the precipitation of intermetallic phases. weaving width 2. Excellent resistance against pitting and crevice corrosion and chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking. 2. It is employed primarily for welding components in environmental plants and plants for chemical processes with highly corrosive media. 2 h electrode identification: FOX NIBAS C 24 ENiCrMo-13 ø mm 2. B626 joint welds of listed materials with low alloy and stainless steels Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10513. acetic acids and acetic anhydrides. hot contaminated sulphuric.2 4.4602 as well as for joining these grades with low alloyed and stainless steels. In addition to its exceptional resistance to contaminated oxidating mineral acids. Stable arc. UNS N06059. The electrode can be welded in all positions except verticaldown.Nickel-base Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes ENISO 14172-2003: DIN 1736: AWS A5.4605. N06022.4565). Also suitable for surfacing on low-alloyed steels. CL Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: NIBAS C 24-IG NIBAS C 24-IG NIBAS C 24-UP/BB 444 2-326 . nickel base Description Basic coated NiCrMo electrode for highest corrosion requirements and welding of the Ni base steel grades. X2CrNiMnMoNbN25-18-5-4 (1. ASTM B575.5 Mo 15. 2.11-97: E Ni 6059(NiCr23Mo16) EL-NiCr22Mo16 ENiCrMo-13 BÖHLER FOX NIBAS C 24 SMAW stick electrode.5 3. as-welded u ≥ 450 ≥ 720 ≥ 30 ≥ 75 +20 °C: Operating Data re-drying: if necessary: 250-300 °C.4602).0 L mm 250 300 350 amps A 50-70 70-100 90-130 The interpass temperature of 150 °C and a max.2 Mn 0. Base Materials NiCr21Mo14W (2.4610).5 Ni bal. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C ≤ 0. UNS N06059.).4605).5 x diameter of the electrode core wire should not be exceeded.4819). N06022. easy slag removal.5 Cr 22. Alloy 59. min.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.g. 2.2 FOX NIBAS 617 ENiCrCoMo-1 4. high temperature resistant up to 1000 °C. ethylene production plants. Scale-resistance up to +1100 °C.4859 (GX 10 NiCrNb 32 20). Co 11 Fe 1 Al 0.0 L mm 250 300 350 amps A 40-55 70-90 90-110 Base Materials X10NiCrAlTi32-20 (1.11: E Ni 6617 (NiCr21Co12Mo) EL NiCr21Co12 Mo ENiCrCoMo-1 BÖHLER FOX NIBAS 617 SMAW stick electrode. as-welded u ≥ 450 ≥ 700 ≥ 35 ≥ 100 Operating Data re-drying if necessary: ø mm 250-300 °C. such as 2.7 Mn 0. 1. min.4663) Alloy 617. UNS N06617 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (applied) Same-alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS 617-UP/BB 444 2-327 . Easy slag removal.4851 (NiCr23Fe). e. 1. BÖHLER FOX NIBAS 617 can be welded in all positions except vertical-down.1 Cr 21 Mo 9 Ni bal.4851) GX10NiCrNb32-20 (1. heat resistant austenitic and cast alloys.4859) NiCr23Co12Mo (2. nickel base Description Basic coated nickel base electrode is suitable for joining high-temperature and similar nickelbase alloys. The weld metal is resistant to hot-cracking and is used for service temperatures up to +100 °C.7 Ti 0.06 Si 0.4876 (X10 NiCrAlTi 32 20).5 electrode identification: 3.4876) NiCr23Fe (2.Nickel-base Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes EN ISO 14172: DIN 1736: AWS 5. 2h 2.3 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.4663 (NiCr21Co12Mo). It has a stable arc. High resistance to hot gases in oxidizing and carburized atmospheres. gas turbines.

W 4 Fe 5 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.2 4.5 Mo 16. B575. For avoidance of intermetallic precipitation the electrode should be welded with lowest possible heat input and minimum interpass temperature. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C < 0. nickel base Description Basic coated nickel base electrode for welding of similar alloyed Ni base steel grades.4819. weaving width 2.5 x diameter of the electrode core wire should not be exceeded.).5 Ni bal.N10276.4819). chlorine-contaminated media.5 3. B626 joint welds of listed materials with low alloy and stainless steels Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10511. 2-3 h electrode identification: FOX NIBAS C 276 ENiCrMo-4 ø mm 2.02 Si < 0. In addition to its exceptional resistance to contaminated mineral acids. CL Same-alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS C276-IG NIBAS C276-UP/BB 444 2-328 . it resists strong oxidisers such as ferric and cupric chlorides and is one of the few materials which will resist wet chlorine gas. as-welded u ≥ 450 ≥ 720 ≥ 30 ≥ 70 Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 250-300 °C. and chloride containing media. NiMo16Cr15 W as well as for joining these grades with low alloyed and stainless steels. Also suitable for surfacing on low-alloyed steels. The electrode can be welded in all positions except vertical-down. min. It is employed primarily for welding components in plants for chemical processes with highly corrosive media. easy slag removal.g.2 Mn 0. which operate at high temperatures.0 L mm 250 300 350 amps A 50-70 70-100 90-130 The interpass temperature of 150 °C and a max. but also for surfacing press tools. Alloy C-276. 2. Stable arc. e.6 Cr 16.11-97: EL NiMo15Cr15W E Ni 6276 (NiCr15Mo15Fe6W4) ENiCrMo-4 BÖHLER FOX NIBAS C 276 SMAW stick electrode. Base Materials NiMo16Cr15W (2. UNS N10276. punches etc.Nickel-base Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes DIN 1736: EN ISO 14172:2003: AWS 5.

CL Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: NIBAS 400-IG NIBAS 400-IG 2-329 .3 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated.4375 NiCu30Al. Excellent corrosion resistance to chloride induced stress corrosion cracking and a wide range of marine and chemical requirements. N04400.2 4.Nickel-Copper Filler Metals – SMAW Stick Electrodes DIN EN ISO 14172: DIN 1736: AWS 5. These materials are employed in high-grade apparatus construction.). such as steel to copper and copper alloys.4360). GL. Cu 29 Fe 1 Ti 0. as-welded u ≥ 300 ≥ 450 ≥ 30 ≥ 80 Operating Data re-drying if necessary: 200 °C. primarily for the chemical and petrochemical industries. N05500.4375) UNS N04400. 2.0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 55-70 75-110 90-130 Base Materials NiCu30Fe (2.7 Mn 3 Ni bal. B 165 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10512. min.4360 NiCu30Fe.11: E Ni 4060 (NiCu30Mn3Ti) EL-NiCu30Mn ENiCu7 BÖHLER FOX NIBAS 400 SMAW stick electrode nickel-copper Description Basic coated NiCu electrode for joining and surfacing of nickel-copper alloys and of nickel-copper-clad steels. NiCu30Al (2. Alloy 400. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C < 0. It is also used for joining different materials. steel to nickel-copper alloys. 2h electrode identification: FOX NIBAS 400 ENiCu-7 ø mm 2. ASTM B 127. nickel copper alloys.5 3.7 Al 0. ABS.05 Si 0. Particularly suited for the following materials: Alloy 400. A special application field is the fabrication of seawater evaporation plants and marine equipment. 2.

1.4816 NiCr 15 Fe. this temperature range should be avoided. for low-alloy problem steels and joining dissimilar materials.Nr. Alloy 800 (H). X 2 CrNiMoCuN 20 18 6. NiCr 625-IG* GTAW rod. Low coefficient of thermal expansion (between C-steels and austenitic CrNi (Mo) steel).4856 NiCr 22 Mo 9 Nb. or during heat treatment of dissimilar steels is largely inhibited.: 2. ASTM A 553 Gr.4 Base materials 2. P285NH. X8Ni9.)) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: *product name in Germany FOX NIBAS 625 GMAW solid wire: NIBAS 625-IG GMAW flux cored wire: NIBAS 625-FD SAW comb.14-97: ERNiCrMo-3 W. 9 % Ni-steels Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4324. Alloy 625.4831 BÖHLER NIBAS 625-IG.4876 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20. S355N. otherwise up to scaling resistance limit of +1200 °C (S-free atmosphere.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.4831 back: ERNiCrMo-3 ø mm 1. 2. as-welded – shielding gas Argon (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 460) 740) 335) 120) 100) Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon Ar + He mixture gases rod marking: front: 2. Inconel 625 and Incoloy 825) as well as of CrNiMo steels with high Mo-content (e. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C ≤ 0.4858 NiCr 21 Mo. 16Mo3.g P265GH. Highly resistant to hot cracking. fully austenitic.4876 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20 H. Extremely resistant to stress corrosion cracking and pitting corrosion (PREN 52).4641 NiCr 21 Mo 6 Cu joint welds of listed materials with non alloy and low alloy steels.6 2. 2.Nickel-base Filler Metals .196 °C: 130 (*) u untreated. TIG-rod and deposit satisfy the highest quality standards.).g. 1. 2. e. TÜV-A (436).850 °C.1 Mn 0.0 Mo 9.0 Nb 3.5 ≥ 60.: NIBAS 625-UP/BB 444 2-330 . P295GH. heat resisting and cryogenic materials. Statoil. Due to the weld metal embrittlement between +600 . furthermore.0 2.1. SEPROZ (NiCr 625-IG: TÜV-D (3938.4529 X1NiCrMoCuN25-20-7.GTAW Rods ENISO18274:2004: S Ni6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) DIN 1736: SG-NiCr 21 Mo 9 Nb AWS A5. Can be used for pressure vessel fabrication for service temperatures from -196 °C to +550 °C.g. Resistant to thermal shocks. "6Mo" steels). 1.1 Cr Ni 21. C-diffusion at high temperatures. nickel base Description GTAW rod for high-quality joint welding of high-molybdenum nickel-base alloys (e.02 Si 0.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 540 800 38 + 20 °C: 160 . stainless.6 Fe ≤ 2. Additionally this brand is recommended for high-temperature or creep resisting. 1. Alloy 600.

low coefficient of thermal expansion. Statoil.).4806 back: ERNiCr-3 ø mm 1. fully austenitic.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 440 680 42 + 20 °C: 190 . heat resisting and cryogenic materials.6 2. 2. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4328.5 Fe ≤ 1.03 Si 0. SEPROS (NiCr 70 Nb-IG TÜV-D (0891.0 Ni > 67 Ti + Nb 2. creep resisting. low-alloyed problem steels and dissimilar joints. C-diffusion at elevated temperatures largely inhibited.and CrNiMo-steels particularly for joint welding of dissimilar steels.196 °C: 100 (*) u untreated. nickel and nickel alloys. Alloy 600 L. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C ≤ 0. also recommended for Alloy 800. Resistant to thermal shocks.4817 LC-NiCr 15 Fe. Ferritic-austenitic joints for service temperatures above + 300 °C or for applications where a post weld heat treatment is required Suitable in pressure vessel fabrication from -196 °C to +550 °C.Nr.Nickel-base Filler Metals .GTAW Rods ENISO18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS A5. Alloy 600. low-temperature steels up to 5 % Ni-steels.: S Ni6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) SG-NiCr 20 Nb ERNiCr-3 2. TÜV-A (434). as-welded – shielding gas Argon (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ (≥ 400) 620) 335) 150) 332) Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon Ar + He mixture gases rod marking: front: 2. Both the TIG-rod and the weld deposit satisfy highest quality requirements. between the coefficient values of C-steel and austenitic CrNi (Mo)-steel. NiCr 70 Nb-IG* GTAW rod. unalloyed and alloyed.14-97: W.4816 Ni Cr 15 Fe.: NIBAS 70/20-UP/BB 444 2-331 . high-alloy Cr.). otherwise resistant to scaling up to +1200 °C (S-free atmosphere). high-temperature and creep resisting steels.4806 BÖHLER NIBAS 70/20-IG.0 2. nickel base Description GTAW rod for welding of nickel-base alloys.0 Cr 20. high-temperature.4 Base Materials 2. corrosion resistant. KTA 1408 1 (8035. and nickel to steel combinations. Not susceptible to embrittlement.1 Mn 3.00)) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX NIBAS 70/20 *product name in Germany GMAW solid wire: NIBAS 70/20-IG GMAW flux cored wire: NIBAS 70/20-FD SAW comb.

Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0.g.01 Si 0.GTAW Rods EN ISO 18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS 5.4565). B626 joint welds of listed materials with low alloy and stainless steels Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10523.4602 as well as for joining these grades with low alloyed and stainless steels. Also suitable for surfacing on low-alloyed steels. N06022. 2. hot contaminated sulphuric. e. 2. NiMo16Cr15W (2.4605). Weld with possibly low heat input and low interpass temperature.4610).: S Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16) SG-NiCr23Mo16 ERNiCrMo-13 2.Nickel-base Filler Metals . B575. Alloy 59.2 Base Materials NiCr21Mo14W (2. nickel base Description GTAW rod for highest corrosion requirements and welding of the Ni base steel grades.14-97: W.6 2. NiCr23Mo16Al (2.4607 BÖHLER NIBAS C 24-IG GTAW rod. Fe <1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 450 ≥ 700 ≥ 35 ≥ 120 (*) u untreated.4819)..4602).0 2.4607 back: ERNiCrMo-13 ø mm 1. It is employed primarily for welding components in environmental plants and plants for chemical processes with highly corrosive media.4 3.4605. UNS N06059. acetic acids and acetic anhydrides. CL Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW: GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: FOX NIBAS C 24 NIBAS C24-IG NIBAS C24-UP/BB 444 2-332 . Excellent resistance against pitting and crevice corrosion and chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking. N06022. NiMo16Cr16Ti (2. In addition to its exceptional resistance to contaminated oxidating mineral acids.and phosphoric acid.5 Cr 23 Mo 16 Ni bal. UNS. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon Ar + He mixture gases rod marking: front: 2.1 Mn < 0. N06059.).Nr. X2 CrNiMnMoNbN25-18-5-4 (1.

5 Mo 9 Ni bal. nickel base Description GTAW rod for joining high-temperature and similar nickel-base alloys. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C 0. 2.Nickel-base Filler Metals .14-97: W. 1.: S Ni 6617 (NiCr22Co12 Mo) SG-NiCr22Co12Mo9 ERNiCrCoMo-1 2.4851 (NiCr23Fe).4663 (NiCr21Co12Mo).4859) NiCr23Co12Mo (2. UNS N06617 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (applied) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW: GMAW wire: SAW combination: FOX NIBAS 617 NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS 617-UP/BB 444 2-333 .4663) Alloy 617.4859 (GX 10 NiCrNb 32 20). high temperature resistant up to 1000 °C.1 Mn 0.0 2. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon / Ar + He mixture gases rod marking: front: 2.4627 BÖHLER NIBAS 617-IG GTAW rod.05 Si 0. High resistance to hot gases in oxidizing and carburized atmospheres. Scale-resistance up to +1100 °C.Nr.1 Cr 21. heat resistant austenitic and cast alloys. gas turbines. The weld metal is resistant to hot-cracking and is used for service temperatures up to +1100 °C. e.g. 1. such as 2.4876 (X10 NiCrAlTi 32 20).4 Base Materials X10NiCrAlTi32-20 (1.GTAW Rods EN ISO 18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS 5.4851) GX10NiCrNb32-20 (1.4627 back: ERNiCrCoMo-1 ø mm 2.4876) NiCr23Fe (2. Co 11 Al 1 Ti 0. ethylene production plants.5 Fe 1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 450 ≥ 700 ≥ 30 ≥ 60 (*) u untreated.

B575. CL Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW: GMAW solid wire: SAW combination: FOX NIBAS C 276 NIBAS C276-IG NIBAS C276-UP/BB 444 2-334 .g. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon Ar + He mixture gases rod marking: front: 2.4 Base Materials NiMo16Cr15W (2.GTAW Rods EN ISO 18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS 5. e.4819. It is employed primarily for welding components in plants for chemical processes with highly corrosive media. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C < 0. Weld with possibly low heat input and low interpass temperature in order to avoid intermetallic precipitations. punches etc. N10276. T 3. and chloride containing media. steels. NiMo16Cr15 W as well as for joining these grades with low alloyed and stainless steels.).: S Ni 6276 (NiCr15Mo16Fe6W4) SG-NiMo16Cr16W ERNiCrMo-4 2. nickel base Description GTAW rod for welding of similar alloyed Ni base steel grades.4886 BÖHLER NIBAS C 276-IG GTAW rod.01 Si 0. Alloy C-276.1 Cr 16 Mo 16 Ni bal. UNS N10276. it resists strong oxidisers such as ferric and cupric chlorides and is one of the few materials which will resist wet chlorine gas. Also suitable for surfacing on low-alloyed steels. which operate at high temperatures.Nickel-base Filler Metals . B626 joint welds of listed materials with low alloy and stainless steels Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10521.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 450 ≥ 750 ≥ 30 ≥ 90 (*) u untreated. 2.5 Fe 6 V 0. chlorine-contaminated media. In addition to its exceptional resistance to contaminated mineral acids.Nr. but also for surfacing press tools.4819).0 2.14-97: W.4886 back: ERNiCrMo-4 ø mm 2.

ABS.4375 NiCu30Al. Alloy 400. primarily for the chemical and petrochemical industries.2 Ni bal.4 Base Materials NiCu30Fe (2. 2. N05500. such as steel to copper and copper alloys.14-97: W. steel to nickel-copper alloys.4377 BÖHLER NIBAS 400-IG GTAW rod.Nr. It is also used for joining different materials. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon / Ar + He mixture gases rod marking: front: 2.GTAW Rods EN ISO 18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS 5.6 2.4360 NiCu30Fe. nickel copper Description GTAW rod for joining and surfacing of nickel-copper alloys and of nickel-copper-clad steels. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C < 0.4 Fe 1 Al < 1.4360).). Particularly suited for the following materials: alloy 400. A special application field is the fabrication of seawater evaporation plants and marine equipment.3 Mn 3. CL Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW: GMAW solid wire: FOX NIBAS 400 NIBAS 400-IG 2-335 . ASTM B 127.4377 back: ERNiCu7 ø mm 1. 2. GL. nickel copper alloys.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 300 ≥ 500 ≥ 35 ≥ 150 (*) u untreated.: S Ni 4060 (NiCu30Mn3Ti) SG-NiCu30Mn3Ti ERNiCu7 2.02 Si 0. Cu 29 Ti 2.Nickel-Copper Filler Metals .0 2. B 165 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10519. Excellent corrosion resistance to chloride induced stress corrosion cracking and a wide range of marine and chemical requirements. These materials are employed in high-grade apparatus construction. NiCu30Al (2.4375) UNS N04400. N04400.

4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12.0 Nb 3. fully austenitic.: 2. Statoil.g P265GH.4856 NiCr 22 Mo 9 Nb. "6Mo" steels). X 2 CrNiMoCuN 20 18 6.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 510 (≥ 460) 780 (≥ 740) 40 (≥ 325) + 20 °C: 130 (≥ 100) .4876 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20 H. Wire and weld metal satisfy highest quality standards. furthermore. SEPROZ (NiCr 625-IG: TÜV-D (3937. P285NH.Nr. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C Si ≤ 0. nickel base Description GMAW wire for high-quality joint welding of nickel-base alloys like Inconel 625 and Incoloy 825 as well as of CrNiMo stainless steels with high Mo-content (e.: NIBAS 625-UP/BB 444 2-336 .4876 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20.196 °C: 80 (≥ 332) (*) u untreated. 16Mo3.4641 NiCr 21 Mo 6 Cu joint welds of listed materials with non alloy and low alloy steels.4858 NiCr 21 Mo. P295GH. Due to the weld metal embrittlement between +600 . TÜV-A (437). 1.2 Base Materials 2. e. X8Ni9. Extremely resistant to stress corrosion cracking and pitting (PREN 52). 1.2 Mn ≤ 0. UDT.g. NiCr 625-IG* GMAW solid wire. ø mm 1. Alloy 625. 9 % Ni-steels Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4323. joining of dissimilar steels. ASTM A 553 Gr.0 1. Alloy 600. Highly resistant to hot cracking. 2.6 Fe ≤ 2.4529 X1NiCrMoCuN25-20-7.3 Cr Ni 21.0 Mo 9.4816 NiCr 15 Fe.14-97: ERNiCrMo-3 W.4831 BÖHLER NIBAS 625-IG. as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 40 % Helium Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 40% He Ar + He + small amounts of active gas Welding with puls technic will be advantageous.5 ≥ 60. 2. Resistant to thermal shocks. 1.Nickel-base Filler Metals . heat resisting and cryogenic materials.GMAW Solid Wires ENISO18274:2004: S Ni6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) DIN 1736: SG-NiCr 21 Mo 9 Nb AWS A5. this temperature range should be avoided.)) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX NIBAS 625 * product name in Germany GTAW rod: NIBAS 625-IG GMAW flux cored wire: NIBAS 625-FD SAW comb.1. and also for problem steels. otherwise up to scaling resistance limit of +1200°C (S-free atmosphere). Alloy 800.850 °C. Additionally it is recommended for hightemperature or creep resisting. Low coefficient of thermal expansion (between C-steels and austenitic CrNi (Mo) steel).02 ≤ 0. 2. Can be used for pressure vessel fabrication for service temperatures in the -196 °C to +550 °C range. S355N. 1. C-diffusion at high service temperatures or during post weld heat treatment of dissimilar steels is largely inhibited.).

Alloy 600.). as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 40 % Helium Operating Data shielding gases: Argon + 40 % He Ar + He + small quantities active gas Welding with puls technic will be advantageous. low-alloyed problem steels and dissimilar joints.and CrNiMo-steels particularly for joint welding of dissimilar steels. nickel base Description Special GMAW wire for welding of nickel-base alloys. TÜV-A (435).)) Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX NIBAS 70/20 GMAW flux cored wire: NIBAS 70/20-FD * product name in Germany GTAW rod: NIBAS 70/20-IG SAW comb.: NIBAS 70/20-UP / BB 444 2-337 . Low coefficient of thermal expansion (between C-steels and austenitic CrNi (Mo) steel). Resistant to thermal shocks.5 Fe ≤ 1.GMAW Solid Wires ENISO18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS A5.Nickel-base Filler Metals .4806 BÖHLER NIBAS 70/20-IG.0 Ni ≥ 67 Ti + Nb 2.: S Ni6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) SG-NiCr 20 Nb ERNiCr-3 2. also recommended for Alloy 800 (H). Not susceptible to embrittlement. Suitable for pressure vessel fabrication for the service temperature range -196 °C to +550°C.7 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 420 (≥ 400) 680 (≥ 620) 40 (≥ 335) + 20 °C: 160 (≥ 150) . NiCr 70 Nb-IG* GMAW solid wire. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C Si ≤ 0. 2. high-alloy Cr.8 1. fully austenitic.14-97: W. UDT.196 °C: 80 (≥ 332) (*) u untreated.Nr. Statoil.2 Base Materials 2.3 Mn 3. creep resisting. heat resisting and cryogenic materials.0 1.4816 Ni Cr 15 Fe. SEPROZ. Both the wire and the deposit satisfy the highest quality requirements. otherwise resistant to scaling up to +1200 °C (S-free atmosphere). Alloy 600 L nickel and nickel alloys. high-temperature. Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (4327. high-temperature and creep resisting steels. corrosion resistant. (NiCr 70 Nb-IG TÜV-D (0890. and nickel to steel combinations. Ferritic-austenitic joints for service temperatures above +300 °C or for applications where a post weld heat treatment is required. C-diffusion at elevated temperatures largely inhibited. low-temperature steels up to X8Ni9.0 Cr 20. unalloyed and alloyed.03 ≤ 0.4817 LC-NiCr 15 Fe. ø mm 0.

UNS.4602).g. In addition to its exceptional resistance to contaminated oxidating mineral acids. Weld with possibly low heat input and low interpass temperature. N06059.: S Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16) SG-NiCr23Mo16 ERNiCrMo-13 2. Excellent resistance against pitting and crevice corrosion and chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking. B626 joint welds of listed materials with low alloy and stainless steels Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10522.).14-97: W.1 Mn < 0.0 1. N06022. acetic acids and acetic anhydrides.Nickel-base Filler Metals .Nr. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C < 0. X2 CrNiMnMoNbN25-18-5-4 (1.4605). NiMo16Cr16Ti (2. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon M 11 + 28 % He ø mm 1.4565). Also suitable for surfacing on low-alloyed steels. B575. hot contaminated sulphuric. UNS N06059. CL Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW: GTAW rod: SAW combination: FOX NIBAS C 24 NIBAS C24-IG NIBAS C24-UP/BB 444 2-338 . e. 2.4819).4607 BÖHLER NIBAS C 24-IG GMAW solid wire nickel base Description GMAW wire for highest corrosion requirements and welding of the Ni base steel grades. NiCr23Mo16Al (2.5 Cr 23 Mo 16 Ni bal.4602 as well as for joining these grades with low alloyed and stainless steels.GMAW Solid Wires EN ISO 18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS 5.and phosphoric acid.2 Base Materials NiCr21Mo14W (2. Alloy 59.4605.4610). NiMo16Cr15W (2. 2. It is employed primarily for welding components in environmental plants and plants for chemical processes with highly corrosive media. Fe <1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 420 ≥ 700 ≥ 35 ≥ 100 (*) u untreated. N06022.01 Si 0.

4851) GX10NiCrNb32-20 (1. High resistance to hot gases in oxidizing and carburized atmospheres.05 Si 0.g.14-97: W. 2. 1.: S Ni 6617 (NiCr22Co12 Mo) SG-NiCr22Co12Mo9 ERNiCrCoMo-1 2.Nickel-base Filler Metals .4876 (X10 NiCrAlTi 32 20).1 Mn 0.4663 (NiCr21Co12Mo).4627 BÖHLER NIBAS 617-IG GMAW solid wire nickel base Description GMAW wire for joining high-temperature and similar nickel-base alloys. e. Scale-resistance up to +1100 °C.2 Base Materials X10NiCrAlTi32-20 (1. The weld metal is resistant to hot-cracking and is used for service temperatures up to +1100 °C.5 Mo 9 Ni bal. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C 0. gas turbines.4663) Alloy 617.4851 (NiCr23Fe).4859) NiCr23Co12Mo (2.Nr.5 Fe 1 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 400 ≥ 700 ≥ 40 ≥ 100 (*) u untreated. Co 11 Al 1 Ti 0. such as 2. high temperature resistant up to 1000 °C.0 1. ethylene production plants. heat resistant austenitic and cast alloys.GMAW Solid Wires EN ISO 18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS 5.5 % CO2 ø mm 1.4876) NiCr23Fe (2.4859 (GX 10 NiCrNb 32 20). 1. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon M 11 + 28 % He Ar + 30 % He + 0. UNS N06617 Approvals and Certificates – Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW: GTAW rod: SAW combination: FOX NIBAS 617 NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS 617-UP/BB 444 2-339 .1 Cr 21.

Weld with possibly low heat input and low interpass temperature in order to avoid intermetallic precipitations.2 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 450 ≥ 750 ≥ 30 ≥ 90 (*) u untreated. chlorine-contaminated media. but also for surfacing press tools. CL Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW: GTAW rod: SAW combination: FOX NIBAS C 276 NIBAS C276-IG NIBAS C276-UP/BB 444 2-340 . T 3. In addition to its exceptional resistance to contaminated mineral acids.4819. punches etc. e.4886 BÖHLER NIBAS C 276-IG GMAW solid wire nickel base Description GMAW wire for welding of similar alloyed Ni base steel grades. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon M 11 + 28 % He ø mm 1. which operate at high temperatures.1 Cr 16 Mo 16 Ni bal. NiMo16Cr15 W as well as for joining these grades with low alloyed and stainless steels and surfacing on low-alloyed steels.: SG-NiMo16Cr16W S Ni 6276 (NiCr15Mo16Fe6W4) ERNiCrMo-4 2.GMAW Solid Wires DIN 1736: EN ISO 18274:2004: AWS 5. 2.14-97: W.).N10276. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C < 0.Nr.2 Base Materials NiMo16Cr15W (2. It is employed primarily for welding components in plants for chemical processes with highly corrosive media. UNS N10276.g.Nickel-base Filler Metals .01 Si 0.4819). B626 joint welds of listed materials with low alloy and stainless steels Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10520.5 Fe 6 V 0. Alloy C-276. B575. it resists strong oxidisers such as ferric and cupric chlorides and is one of the few materials which will resist wet chlorine gas. and chloride containing media.

14-97: W. 2. Typical Composition of Solid Wire wt-% C < 0. GL.3 Mn 3.Nickel-base Filler Metals . A special application field is the fabrication of seawater evaporation plants and marine equipment. It is also used for joining different materials.4360). Excellent corrosion resistance to chloride induced stress corrosion cracking and a wide range of marine and chemical requirements.Nr. 2. NiCu30Al (2. nickel copper alloys. as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gases: 100 % Argon M 11 + 28 % He ø mm 1.0 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u ≥ 300 ≥ 500 ≥ 35 ≥ 150 (*) u untreated. steel to nickel-copper alloys. primarily for the chemical and petrochemical industries. N04400. These materials are employed in high-grade apparatus construction.4375) UNS N04400.2 Ni bal.GMAW Solid Wires EN ISO 18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS 5.4375 NiCu30Al.0 1. CL Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW: FOX NIBAS 400 GTAW rod: NIBAS 400-IG 2-341 .4 Fe 1 Al < 1.4377 BÖHLER NIBAS 400-IG GMAW solid wire nickel copper Description GMAW wire for joining and surfacing of nickel-copper alloys and of nickel-copper-clad steels. Alloy 400. ASTM B 127. B 165 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10518. ABS.4360 NiCu30Fe. such as steel to copper and copper alloys. Cu 29 Ti 2. N05500.02 Si 0.).2 Base Materials NiCu30Fe (2.: S Ni 4060 (NiCu30Mn3Ti) SG-NiCu30Mn3Ti ERNiCu7 2. Particularly suited for the following materials: alloy 400.

Nickel-base Filler Metals - GMAW flux cored wire

ENISO 14172:2003: Typ Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) AWS A5.34: ENiCr-3TO-4

BÖHLER NIBAS 70/20-FD
GMAW flux cored wire, nickel base

Description
Rutile flux cored welding wire with basic elements, especially designed for downhand and horizontal welding positions. The easy operation and the high rate of deposition of Böhler NIBAS 70/20-FD leads to high productivity, with excellent operating characteristic, self releasing slag, almost no spatter formation and temper discoloration, smooth weld finish, good side wall wetting and safe penetration. Beside considerable savings in time and money and little demand for cleaning and pickling, Böhler also guarantees a high quality level and a reduction of welding defects. Suitable for high quality weld joints of nickelbase alloys, high temperature and creep resisting materials, scaling resistant and low-temperature steels, dissimilar joints and difficult weldable steel grades. Ferritic-austenitic joints for service temperatures above +300 °C or for applications where a post weld heat treatment is required. Suitable for pressure vessel fabrication for the service temperature range -196 °C to +550 °C, otherwise resistant to scaling up to +1200 °C (S-free atmosphere). Not susceptible to embrittlement, C-diffusion at elevated temperatures largely inhibited. Resistant to thermal shocks, corrosion resistant, fully austenitic, low coefficient of thermal expansion. Out of position weldability is limited, in special cases pulse arc welding shows advantages.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.03 Si 0.4 Mn 3.2 Cr Ni 20.0 ≥ 67.0 Nb 2.5 Fe 2.0

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0 = 5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 400 (≥ 360) 650 (≥ 600) 39 (≥ 330) + 20 °C: 135 (≥ 110) - 196 °C: 110 (≥ 380) (*) u untreated, as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 20 % CO2

Operating Data
re-drying if necessary: Argon + 15-25 % CO2 ø mm 1.2 1.6 L mm amps A 130 - 260 24 - 36 150 - 350 23 - 32

welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible, slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. 80 °). The gas flow should be 15 - 20 l/min.

Base Materials
2.4816 Ni Cr 15 Fe, 2.4817 LC-NiCr 15 Fe, Alloy 600, Alloy 600 L nickel and nickel alloys, low-temperature steels up to 5 % Ni-steels, unalloyed and alloyed, high-temperature, creep resisting, high-alloy Cr- and CrNiMo-steels particularly for joint welding of dissimilar steels, and nickel to steel combinations; also recommended for Alloy 800 (H).

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D (10298.)

Same Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW stick electrode: GMAW solid wire: FOX NIBAS 70/20 NIBAS 70/20-IG GTAW rod: NIBAS 70/20-IG

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ENISO 14172:2003 AWS A5.34: Typ Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) ENiCrMo-3TO-4

BÖHLER NIBAS 625-FD
GMAW flux cored wire nickel base

Description
Rutile flux cored for high-quality joint welding of nickel-base alloys like Alloy 625 and Alloy 825 as well as of CrNiMo stainless steels with high Mo-content (e.g. "6Mo" steels). Additionally it is recommended for high-temperature or creep resisting, heat resisting and cryogenic materials, joining of dissimilar steels, and also for problem steels. Can be used for pressure vessel fabrication for service temperatures in the -196 °C to +550 °C range, otherwise up to scaling resistance limit of +1200 °C (S-free atmosphere). Due to the weld metal embrittlement between 600-850 °C, this temperature range should be avoided. Highly resistant to hot cracking; furthermore, C-diffusion at high service temperatures or during post weld heat treatment of dissimilar steels is largely inhibited. Extremely resistant to stress corrosion cracking and pitting (PREN 52). Resistant to thermal shocks, fully austenitic. Low coefficient of thermal expansion (between C-steels and austenitic CrNi (Mo) steel). Out of position weldability is limited, in special cases pulse arc welding shows advantages.

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal
wt-% C 0.05 Si 0.4 Mn 0.4 Cr 22.0 Mo 8.5 Ni ≥ 60.0 Nb 3.3 Fe < 5.0

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u 490 750 30 +20 °C: 60 -196 °C: 47 u untreated, as-welded – shielding gas Argon + 20 % CO2

Operating Data
shielding gases: Argon + 15-25 % CO2 ø mm 1.2 Amperage 130-260 Voltage 24-36

welding with standard GMAW-facilities possible, slightly trailing torch position (angel appr. 80 °), the gas flow should be 15-20 l/min

Base Materials
2.4856 NiCr 22 Mo 9 Nb, 2.4858 NiCr 21 Mo, 2.4816 NiCr 15 Fe, 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb1812, 1.4876 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20 H, 1.4876 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20, 1.4529 X1NiCrMoCuN2520-7, X 2 CrNiMoCuN 20 18 6, 2.4641 NiCr 21 Mo 6 Cu, joint welds of listed materials with non alloy and low alloy steels, e.g P265GH, P285NH, P295GH, 16Mo3, S355N, X8Ni9, ASTM A 553 Gr.1, Alloy 600, Alloy 625, Alloy 800

Approvals and Certificates

Same Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW stick electrode: GTAW rod: FOX NIBAS 625 NIBAS 625-IG GMAW solid wire: NIBAS 625-IG

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Wire: DIN 1736: EN ISO 18274:2004: AWS 5.14-97: Flux: DIN EN 760:1996: UP-NiCr20Nb S Ni 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) ER NiCr-3 SA-FB 2 AC

BÖHLER NIBAS 70/20-UP/BB 444
SAW wire / flux-combination nickel base

Description
For SAW wire flux combination welding of Ni base alloy metals and special metals if the use of wire electrodes with high Ni content is requested. The weld metals show excellent mechanical properties with high hot cracking resistance. It is applicable for chemical apparatus construction on high temperature metals as well as in low temperature sections up to -196 °C. BB 444 is an agglomerated fluoride basic welding flux with high basic slag characteristics.

Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal
SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C 0.010 0.012 Si 0.15 0.25 Mn 3.2 3.0 Cr 20.5 20.0 Ni bal. bal. Nb 2.6 2.2 Fe <2.0 0.8 Ti 0.35 0.15

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u 370 600 40 120 100

+20 °C: -196 °C:

u untreated, as-welded

Operating Data
Redrying of sub arc flux: 400-450 °C/2 h Preheat and interpass temp. as required by the base metal ø mm 2.4

Base Materials
2.4816 Ni Cr 15 Fe, 2.4817 LC-NiCr 15 Fe, Alloy 600, Alloy 600 L, UNS N06600, ASTM B168 nickel and nickel alloys, low-temperature steels up to 5 % Ni-steels, unalloyed and alloyed, high-temperature, creep resisting, high-alloy Cr- and CrNiMo-steels particularly for joint welding of dissimilar steels, and nickel to steel combinations; also recommended for Alloy 800

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D (applied)

Same Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW: GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: GMAW flux cored wire: FOX NIBAS 70/20 NIBAS 70/20-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG NIBAS 70/20-FD

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Wire: DIN 1736: EN ISO18274:2004: AWS 5.14-97: Flux: DIN EN760:1996: UP-NiCr21Mo9Nb S Ni 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) ERNiCrMo-3 SA-FB 2 AC

BÖHLER NIBAS 625-UP/BB 444
SAW wire / flux-combination nickel base

Description
For SAW wire and flux combination, suitable for welding of the 6 % Mo superaustenitic grades S31254, N 08926, N 08367 and the matching alloy 625. Weld metal meet highest quality and corrosion requirements. Extremely resistant to stress corrosion cracking and pitting. The pitting resistance equivalent is >52. BB 444 is an agglomerated fluoride basic welding flux with high basic slag characteristics.

Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal
SAW wire wt-% All-weld metal % C 0.010 0.015 Si 0.10 0.25 Mn 0.2 0.2 Cr 22.0 21.5 Mo 9.0 8.5 Ni bal. bal. Nb 3.6 3.3 Fe <1.5 0.4

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u 450 720 40 130 70

+20 °C: -196 °C:

u untreated, as-welded

Operating Data
Redrying of sub arc flux: ø mm 400-450 °C/2 h 2.4 Preheat and interpass temp. as required by the base metal

Base Materials
2.4856 NiCr 22 Mo 9 Nb, 2.4858 NiCr 21 Mo, 2.4816 NiCr 15 Fe, 1.4583 X10CrNiMoNb18-12, 1.4876 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20 H, 1.4876 X 10 NiCrAlTi 32 20, 1.4529 X1NiCrMoCuN25-20-7, X 2 CrNiMoCuN 20 18 6, 2.4641 NiCr 21 Mo 6 Cu; joint welds of listed materials with non alloy and low alloy steels, e.g P265GH, P285NH, P295GH, 16Mo3, S355N, X8Ni9, ASTM A 553 Gr.1, B443,B446, UNS N06625 Alloy 600, Alloy 625, Alloy 800, 9 % Ni-steels

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D (applied)

Same Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW: GTAW rod: FOX NIBAS 625 NIBAS 625-IG GMAW solid wire: GMAW flux cored wire: NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS 625-FD

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Wire: EN ISO18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS 5.14-97: W.Nr.: Flux: DIN EN760:1996: S Ni 6059 (NiCr23Mo16) SG-Ni Cr23 Mo16 ERNiCrMo-13 2.4607 SA-FB 2 AC

BÖHLER NIBAS C 24-UP/BB 444
SAW wire / flux-combination, nickel base

Description
For SAW wire and flux combination, suitable for highest corrosion requirements and welding of the Ni base steel grades, e.g. UNS N06059, N06022, 2.4605, 2.4602 as well as for joining these grades with low alloyed and stainless steels. Also suitable for surfacing on low-alloyed steels.. It is employed primarily for welding components in environmental plants and plants for chemical processes with highly corrosive media. Excellent resistance against pitting and crevice corrosion and chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking. In addition to its exceptional resistance to contaminated oxidating mineral acids, acetic acids and acetic anhydrides, hot contaminated sulphuric- and phosphoric acid. Weld with possibly low heat input and low interpass temperature. BB 444 is an agglomerated fluoride basic welding flux with high basic slag characteristics.

Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal
SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C < 0.012 0.020 Si < 0.10 0.20 Mn < 0.5 0.25 Cr 23.0 22.0 Mo 15.5 15.5 Ni bal. bal. Fe < 1.5 0.25

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 480 720 38 80 50

+20 °C: -196 °C:

(*)

u untreated, as-welded

Operating Data
Redrying of sub arc flux: 400-450 °C/2 h ø mm 2.0

Base Materials
NiCr21Mo14W (2.4602), NiMo16Cr16Ti (2.4610), NiMo16Cr15W (2.4819), NiCr23Mo16Al (2.4605), X2CrNiMnMoNbN25-18-5-4 (1.4565), Alloy 59, UNS, N06059; N06022, B575, B626 joint welds of listed materials with low alloy and stainless steels

Approvals and Certificates

Same Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW: GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: FOX NIBAS C 24 NIBAS C 24-IG NIBAS C 24-IG

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Nickel-base Filler Metals - SAW wire / flux-combination
Wire: EN ISO18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS 5.14-97: W.Nr.: Flux: DIN EN 760:1996: S Ni 6617 (NiCr22Co12 Mo) SG-NiCr22Co12Mo9 ERNiCrCoMo-1 2.4627 SAW wire / flux-combination, nickel base SA-FB 2 AC

BÖHLER NIBAS 617-UP/BB 444

Description
For SAW wire flux combination for joining high-temperature and similar nickel-base alloys, heat resistant austenitic and cast alloys, such as 2.4663 (NiCr21Co12Mo), 2.4851 (NiCr23Fe), 1.4876 (X10 NiCrAlTi 32 20), 1.4859 (GX 10 NiCrNb 32 20). The weld metal is resistant to hotcracking and is used for service temperatures up to +1100 °C. Scale-resistance up to +1100 °C, high temperature resistant up to 1000 °C. High resistance to hot gases in oxidizing and carburized atmospheres, e.g. gas turbines, ethylene production plants. BB 444 is an agglomerated fluoride basic welding flux with high basic slag characteristics.

Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal
C Si Mn SAW wire wt-% < 0.06 < 0.20 < 0.20 all-weld metal % < 0.06 < 0.40 < 0.30 Cr 20.5 20.0 Mo 8.8 8.8 Ni bal. bal. Ti 0.5 0.25 Co 10.4 10.0 Al 1.0 0.8 Fe <1 <1

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated, as-welded u > 420 > 700 > 35 > 80

Operating Data
Redrying of sub arc flux: ø mm 400-450 °C/2 h 2.0 Preheat and interpass temp. as required by the base metal

Base Materials
X10NiCrAlTi32-20 (1.4876) NiCr23Fe (2.4851) GX10NiCrNb32-20 (1.4859) NiCr23Co12Mo (2.4663) Alloy 617, UNS N06617

Approvals and Certificates

Same Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW: GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: FOX NIBAS 617 NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS 617-IG

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Nickel-base Filler Metals - SAW wire / flux-combination
Wire: EN ISO18274:2004: DIN 1736: AWS 5.14-97: W.Nr.: Flux: DIN EN760:1996: S Ni 6276 (NiCr15Mo16Fe6W4) SG-NiMo16Cr16W ERNiCrMo-4 2.4886 SAW wire / flux-combination, nickel base SA-FB 2 AC

BÖHLER NIBAS C 276-UP/BB 444

Description
For SAW wire and flux combination, suitable for welding of similar alloyed Ni base steel grades, e.g. N10276, 2.4819, NiMo16Cr15 W as well as for joining these grades with low alloyed and stainless steels and surfacing on low-alloyed steels. It is employed primarily for welding components in plants for chemical processes with highly corrosive media, but also for surfacing press tools, punches etc. which operate at high temperatures. In addition to its exceptional resistance to contaminated mineral acids, chlorine-contaminated media, and chloride containing media, it resists strong oxidisers such as ferric and cupric chlorides and is one of the few materials which will resist wet chlorine gas. Weld with possibly low heat input and low interpass temperature in order to avoid intermetallic precipitations. BB 444 is an agglomerated fluoride basic welding flux with high basic slag characteristics.

Typical Composition of Solid Wire and All-weld Metal
SAW wire wt-% all-weld metal % C < 0.012 < 0.012 Si < 0.10 0.15 Mn < 0.5 < 0.4 Cr 15.5 15.0 Mo 16.0 16.0 Ni bal. bal. T 3.8 3.3 Fe <7 5.5

Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal
(*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u 420 710 40 80 70

+20 °C: -196 °C:

u untreated, as-welded

Operating Data
Redrying of sub arc flux: ø mm 400-450 °C/2 h 2.4 Preheat and interpass temp. as required by the base metal

Base Materials
NiMo16Cr15W (2.4819), Alloy C-276, UNS N10276, B575, B626 joint welds of listed materials with low alloy and stainless steels

Approvals and Certificates

Same Alloy Filler Metals
SMAW: GTAW rod: GMAW solid wire: FOX NIBAS C 276 NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS C 276-IG

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Notes

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Product Information

2.10. NON FERROUS ALLOYS

u Contents
OVERVIEW ..............................................................................................351 SMAW STICK ELECTRODES .................................................................352 GTAW RODS............................................................................................353

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Non Ferrous Alloys

uOverview – Standard Classifications
Böhler ENISO / DIN SMAW stick electrodes
FOX CuNi30Fe DIN 1733: EL-CuNi 30 Mn

AWS
AWS 5.6: ECuNi

GTAW rods
CuNi30Fe-IG ER Ti 2-IG ENISO14640: S Cu 7158 (CuNi30) – AWS A5.7-04: ERCuNi AWS A5.16-04: ERTi2

uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition
Böhler C Si Mn Cr Ni Mo Nb Ti SMAW stick electrodes
FOX CuNi30Fe 0.03 0.3 1.2 30.0

Fe Co Ta
0.6

Al
Cu bal.

GTAW rods
CuNi30Fe-IG ER Ti 2-IG <0.05 <0.03 0.8 30.0 <0.5 0.6 bal. <0.2 Cu bal. O<0.1 H<0.008 N<0.02

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2 4.2 Ni 30 Fe 0.6 Cu bal. oil refineries. The electrode can be operated in all positions except vertical down.0872).3 Mn 1. as well as for non ferrous alloys and steels of different nature. GL.6: EL-CuNi30Mn ECuNi BÖHLER FOX CuNi 30Fe SMAW stick electrode copper-nickel Description CuNi base electrode for joining and surfacing of similar alloyed base metals with up to 30 % Nickel. Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J (*) u untreated. C70600 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10515. CL Same Alloy Filler Metals GTAW rod: CuNi 30Fe-IG 2-352 . ship building and also for chemical and food industry.Non Ferrous Alloys – SMAW Stick Electrodes DIN 1733: AWS 5. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal wt-% C 0.03 Si 0. CuNi30Fe 2. Due to the excellent resistance to sea water the electrode is best suitable for offshore applications. seawater desalination plants. CuNi20Fe (2. as-welded u ≥ 240 ≥ 390 ≥ 30 ≥ 80 Operating Data re-drying if necessary: – electrode identification: FOX CuNi 30Fe ECuNi ø mm 2.0882) UNS C 71500.5 3.0878).0 L mm 300 350 350 amps A 60-80 80-105 110-130 Base Materials Copper nickel alloys with up to 30 % nickel CuNi 10 Fe 1 Mn (2.).

: S Cu 7158 (CuNi30) ERCuNi 2. seawater desalination plants. oil refineries.Non Ferrous Alloys . CuNi-alloys Description GTAW rod for joining and surfacing of similar alloyed base metals with up to 30 % Nickel.6 Ti < 0. CuNi20Fe (2.0882) UNS C71500.8 Ni 30 Fe 0.0837 BÖHLER CuNi 30Fe-IG GTAW rod. as well as for non ferrous alloys and steels of different nature.0878). Due to the excellent resistance to sea water. CL Same Alloy Filler Metals SMAW stick electrode: FOX CuNi 30 Fe 2-353 .GTAW Rods EN 14640:2005: AWS A 5.0837 back: ERCuNi7 ø mm 1. Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: (*) u ≥ 200 ≥ 360 ≥ 30 HB 120 u untreated. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C < 0.7-04 W.). CuNi30Fe (2.Nr.5 Cu bal.4 Base Materials Copper nickel alloys with up to 30 % nickel CuNi10Fe1Mn (2. it is best suitable for offshore applications.05 Mn 0.0 2.6 2. ship building and also for chemical and food industry.0872). as-welded – shielding gas Argon Operating Data shielding gas: 100 % Argon rod marking: front: 2. GL. C70600 Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D (10517.

03 Ti Bal.008 N < 0. Typical Composition of Welding Rod wt-% C < 0.10 H < 0. ASTM Grade 1-4 UNS R50400H Approvals and Certificates – 2-354 .Non Ferrous Alloys . Titanium Description GTAW rod for welding of pure Titan and Titan alloys with similar chemical composition. However. as-welded – shielding gas 100 % Argon * depend of the pollutants in the weld metal Operating Data shielding gases: 100% Argon rod marking: front: ERTi2 ø mm 1.0 2.GTAW Rods AWS A5.16-04: UNS: W. Titanium requires a greater cleanliness and the use of auxiliary gas shielding to protect the molten puddleand cooling weld zone from atmospheric contamination.Nr.6 2.2 O < 0.02 Mechanical Properties of All-weld Metal (*) yield strength Re N/mm2: tensile strength Rm N/mm2: elongation A (L0=5d0) %: impact work ISO-V KV J u 295* 500* 42* 76* +20 °C: (*) u untreated.4 Base Materials Pure Titan and Titan alloys with a similar composition. Fe < 0.7035 BÖHLER ER Ti 2-IG GTAW rod. Titanium can be tungsten arc welded employing techniques similar to those used for welding of stainless steel.: ERTi2 R50120 3.

Sub-arc Welding Flux 2..... and thus also on the mechanical properties of the deposit...................357 WELDING FLUXES FOR HIGH-ALLOYED STAINLESS STEEL SAW-WIRES..........361 WELDING FLUXES FOR HIGH-ALLOYED CREEP RESISTANT SAW-WIRES ..... u Contents OVERVIEW ............. Basically the flux has decisive effect on the result of welding operations...... Its influence on the melting characteristics and various other physical properties such as viscosity.363 2-355 ..........11. density. thermal expansion............. and conductivity in turn has a considerable bearing on the appearance of the bead surface and the slag removability.......... Sub-arc Welding Fluxes u Objectives This section contains a brief description of the characteristic features of subarc welding fluxes from BÖHLER Welding...356 WELDING FLUXES FOR UNALLOYED AND LOW-ALLOYED SAW-WIRES.. surface tension.. Another major consideration here is the influence which the flux exerts through the metallurgical reaction on the chemical composition..............

5 –1 26.5 13.Sub-arc Welding Flux uOverview – Standard Classifications Böhler EN Sub-arc Welding Flux BB 24 BB 25 BB 33 M BF 16 BB 202 BB 430 BB 444 BB 910 EN EN EN EN EN EN EN EN 760: 760: 760: 760: 760: 760: 760: 760: SA FB 1 65 DC H5 SA FB 1 68 AC H5 SA AR 1 97 AC SF MS 1 78 AC SA FB 2 DC SA FB 1 55 AC SA FB 2 SA FB 2 55 DC AWS – – SAW fluxes are not specified according to AWS-standards – – – – uOverview – Typical Chemical Composition Böhler SAW Welding Flux SiO2+ TiO2 CaO+ MgO 37.5 – 54.5 – – 38 (Al2O3) – 18 (Al2O3) 21.5 32.5 29.5 – 38.5 CaF2 Al2O3+ MnO Al2O3+ CaO FeO K2O+ Na2O BB 24 BB 25 BB 33 M BF 16 BB 202 BB 203 BB 430 BB 444 BB 910 15 15 27 44 (SiO2) 10 20 15 4 (SiO2) 14 25 25 25 23 50 32 26 31 19.5 – – – – 1 – – – 9 (F-) – 3 – – – – – – 2 – 2-356 .5 15.5 – 23.5 55.5 35.5 – 30 (Al2O3) – 18.

3 .78 1.55 1. EMS 2 Mo.55 0.0 mm 1.45 wire class.3 5.3 0. 3NiCrMo2.75 0.5-UP 0.25 0. 2.25 Mn 1.0 0.95 0.2. Boniczewski: bulk density: grain size acc.45 0. 2 h – 10 h Base Materials mild steels. 3 NiMo 1-UP.25 0.014. EN 760: flux consumption: maximum amperage: 800 A.5-UP. Approval is available for BÖHLER BB 24 together with the BÖHLER-wires: TÜV-D: EMS 2.Sub-arc Welding Flux EN 760: SA FB 1 65 DC H5 BÖHLER BB 24 SAW flux.50 1. and high-temperature steel grades.)-F3 S 69 6 FB S3Ni2CrMo F11A8-EM4(mod)-M4/F76A6-EM4(mod)-M4 S 46 6 FB S2Ni2 F8A8-ENi2-Ni2 / F55A6-ENi2-Ni2 S 46 4 FB S2Mo F 8 A 4-EA2-A2 / F 55 A 4-EA2-A2 F 8 P 4-EB2-B2 / F 55 P 4-EB2-B2 F 9 P 2-EB3-B3 / F 55 P 0-EB3-B3 F 9 P Z-EB6-B6 / F 62 P Z-EB6-B6 - Approvals and Certificates DB (51. The flux is designed for joining and surfacing applications on general-purpose structural steels.06 Böhler Ni 2-UP 0.25 0.30 0.05 Cr Ni Mo 0.85 0. EMS 2 CrMo. EMS 2 CrMo.45 0.4 0. according EN S2 S3 S Z 3Ni1Mo S Z 3Ni2CrMo S 2Ni2 S 2 Mo S CrMo1 S CrMo2 S CrMo5 S CrMoWV12 classification for wire flux/combination according EN 756 according AWS 5.2 2. EMS 3.6 1.5 10.16 Böhler 3 NiMo1-UP 0. BÖHLER BB 24 is a hydrogen-controlled welding flux with hydrogen contents of maximum 5 ml/100 g weld deposit. 20 MVW-UP.50 0.0 kg flux per kg wire re-drying: 300 – 350 °C.15 1.5 0.17 / 5. high temperature and creep resistant steels.08 Böhler EMS 2 CrMo 0. It is characterised by its neutral metallurgical behaviour. CM 2-UP.25 0.3 0. Composition of Sub-arc Welding Flux wt-% SiO2+TiO2 15 CaO+MgO 37 Al2O3+MnO 19 CaF2 25 K2O+Na2O 3 Properties and Operating Data basicity acc. ÖBB.02). 3NiMo1-UP 2-357 .95 2.08 Böhler CM 2-UP 0.07 Designation BÖHLER EMS 2 BÖHLER EMS 3 BÖHLER 3 NiMo1-UP BÖHLER 3 NiCrMo 2.45 0. fluoride-basic type Description BÖHLER BB 24 is an agglomerated welding flux of the fluoride-basic type.50 V W 1.07 Böhler EMS 3 0.23 S 38 4 FB S2 F 7 A 8-EM12K / F 48 A 6-EM12K S 42 4 FB S3 F 7 A 4-EH10K / F 48 A 4-EH10K S 50 4 FB S3Ni1Mo F9A4-EF3(mod)-F3/F62A4-EF3(mod.08 Böhler EMS 2 Mo 0.05 Böhler 20 MVW-UP 0. cryogenic steels. fine-grained steels Typical Composition of All-weld Metal with different Wires Böhler SAW wires C Böhler EMS 2 0.3 0.05 1.5-UP BÖHLER Ni 2-UP BÖHLER EMS 2 Mo BÖHLER EMS 2 CrMo BÖHLER CM 2-UP BÖHLER CM 5-UP BÖHLER 20 MVW-UP Si 0. EMS 2 Mo. Ni2-UP.8 0. CM 2-UP.2 0.07 Böhler CM 5-UP 0. UDT: EMS 2. CM 5-UP.0 kg/dm3 0.55 0.5 1.25 0.0 2. fine-grained high strength and low temperature steels.08 Böhler 3 NiCrMo 2. When used in combination with suitable wire electrodes the weld metal displays high toughness properties at low/subzero temperatures.

5 Al2O3+MnO 23.35 Cr Mo 0.5 1 Designation BÖHLER EMS 2 BÖHLER EMS 3 BÖHLER EMS 2 Mo BÖHLER EMS 2 CrMo wire class.4 0.23 S 42 4 FB S2 F 7 A 4-EM12K / F 48 A 4-EM12K S 42 3 FB S3 F 7 A 3-EH10K / F 48 A 2-EH10K S 46 3 FB S2Mo F 8 A 4-EA2-A2 / F 55 A 4-EA2-A2 – F 8 P 4-EB2-B2 / F 55 P 4-EB2-B2 Approvals and Certificates Approval is available for BÖHLER BB 25 together with the BÖHLER-wires: TÜV-D: EMS 2 Mo.0 mm 1.4 0. EMS 2 Mo. Suitable for single and multipass technique. high temperature steels.2 .4 0.5 CaF2 25 Properties and Operating Data basicity acc. TÜV-A: EMS 2. UDT: EMS 2. BÖHLER BB 25 is a hydrogen-controlled welding flux with hydrogen contents of maximum 5 ml/100 g weld deposit.4 Mn 1.45 1.90 1. EMS 2 CrMo. 2 h – 10 h Base Materials mild steels. fluoride-basic type Description BÖHLER BB 25 is an agglomerated basic flux suitable for welding of mild and low alloyed steels with good weld metal impact values at low temperatures.5 0. EMS 2 CrMo.07 0.0 kg/dm3 0. The flux is active and shows some pickup of manganese and silicon.Sub-arc Welding Flux EN 760: SA FB 1 68 AC H5 BÖHLER BB 25 SAW flux.07 0. fine-grained steels Typical Composition of All-weld Metal with different Wires Böhler Böhler Böhler Böhler Böhler SAW-Wires EMS 2 EMS 3 EMS 2 Mo EMS 2 CrMo C 0.0 kg flux per kg wire maximum amperage: 800 A re-drying: 300 – 350 °C. EMS 2 CrMo.17 / 5.2. Boniczewski: bulk density: grain size acc. according EN S2 S3 S 2 Mo S CrMo 1 classification for wire flux/combination according EN 756 according AWS 5. EN 760: flux consumption: 2. ABS: EMS 2 CrMo 2-358 .50 1.2 1. EMS 2 Mo.07 Si 0.06 0. Composition of Sub-arc Welding Flux wt-% SiO2+TiO2 15 CaO+MgO 29.

EMS 2 Mo.01). Composition of Sub-arc Welding Flux wt-% Al2O3+MnO 54 SiO2+TiO2 27 CaO+MgO 5 CaF2 5 Properties and Operating Data basicity acc. ÖBB Approval is available for BÖHLER BB 33 M together with BÖHLER-wires. It produces smooth welding beads even at travel speeds higher than 1.7 0.Sub-arc Welding Flux EN 760: SA AR 1 97 AC BÖHLER BB 33 M SAW flux.6 1.2 .17 / 5. TÜV-D: EMS 2. EN 760: flux consumption: 0.7 1. aluminium-rutile-type Description BÖHLER BB 33 M is an agglomerated welding flux.5 Designation BÖHLER EMS 2 BÖHLER EMS 3 BÖHLER EMS 2 Mo wire class. Boniczewski: bulk density: grain size acc. It is a aluminium-rutile-type suited for highspeed welding of mild and low-alloyed steels.014.5 m/min.4 kg/dm3 0.8 Mn 1.3 kg flux per kg wire maximum amperage: 800 A re-drying: 275 – 325 °C.07 Si 0.08 0.23 S 46 0 AR S2 F 7 A Z-EM12K / F 48 A 0-EM12K S 50 0 AR S3 F 7 A Z-EH10K / F 48 A 0-EH10K F 8 A Z-EA2-A2(mod) F 55 A 0-EA2-A2(mod) S 46 Z AR S2Mo Approvals and Certificates DB (51.0 mm 1. according EN S2 S3 S 2 Mo classification for wire flux/combination according EN 756 according AWS 5.08 0.5 Mo – – 0.8 0. EMS 2 Mo. UDT: EMS 2 2-359 . 2 h – 4 h Base Materials mild steels and low alloy steels Typical Composition of All-weld Metal with different Wires Böhler Böhler Böhler Böhler SAW-Wires EMS 2 EMS 3 EMS 2 Mo C 0.2. TÜV-A: EMS 2.3 1.

Boniczewski: bulk density: grain size acc. Composition of Sub-arc Welding Flux wt-% SiO2 44 CaO+MgO 13 Al2O3+MnO 38 CaF2 3 FeO 1 Properties and Operating Data basicity acc.6 kg/dm3 0. EN 760: flux consumption: 0.2.4 kg flux per kg wire maximum amperage: 1300 A re-drying: 250 – 350 °C. Its metallurgical behaviour shows a slight pick up of manganese and silicon. TÜV-A: EMS 2.7 classification for wire flux/combination according EN 756 according AWS 5. UDT: EMS 2 2-360 . manganese-silicate-type Description BÖHLER BF 16 is a fused manganese-silicate welding flux with acid characteristic.5 0.1 .17 / 5. It is very homogeneous and not susceptible to moisture.04 wire class.23 S 38 0 MS S2 F 6 A 0-EM12K / F 43 A 2-EM12K S 38 0 MS S3 F 6 A 0-EH10K / F 43 A 3-EH10K Approvals and Certificates Approval is available for BÖHLER BF 16 together with BÖHLER-wires.3 1.7 1.1.04 0.5 Mn 1. It is suited for joint welds of mild steel constructural work of thinner walled (< 20 mm) components as well as for hardfacing applications and allows a high current carrying capacity on both AC and DC.Sub-arc Welding Flux EN 760: SF MS 1 78 AC BÖHLER BF 16 SAW flux. according EN S2 S3 Si 0. The welding flux provides smooth beads together with a good slag detachability. 1 h – 10 h Base Materials mild steels Typical Composition of All-weld Metal with different Wires Böhler SAW-Wires Böhler EMS 2 Böhler EMS 3 Designation BÖHLER EMS 2 BÖHLER EMS 3 C 0.0 mm 1.2 . EMS 2 Mo.

SAS 4-UP. TÜV-A: SAS 2-UP.4 18. EAS 2-UP.60 0. ABS: CN 22/9 N-UP.3 18.2 1. The flux BB 202 produces well contoured and smooth welding beads. LR: CN 22/9 N-UP. EN 760: 2 .5 12.65 0.3 1. fluoride-basic type Description BÖHLER BB 202 is an agglomerated fluoride-basic flux for single and multipass welding of Crsteels and non stabilised and stabilised austenitic CrNi(Mo)-steels as well as ferritic-austenitic Duplex-steels. UDT: CN 18/11-UP.9 (ER19-10H) (ER308L) (ER347) (ER316L) (ER318) (ER2209) (ER309L) Approvals and Certificates Approval is available for BÖHLER BB 202 together with the following BÖHLER-wires: TÜV-D: EAS 2-UP.3 1.015 0.8 19.3 1. EAS 4 M-UP.2 . easy slag removal without any slag residues and good welding characteristics even for fillet welds are very much appreciated by users.04 0.2 11.3 Cr 18.12 (0.50 2. for wire acc.9 13.3 18.3 bulk density: 1.02 0.7 kg flux per kg wire maximum amperage: 800 A re-drying: 300 – 350 °C.65 0.1.4 Ni 19. It offers an especially low flux consumption. SAS 4-UP.Sub-arc Welding Flux EN 760: SA FB 2 DC *DIN 32522: B FB 6 64355 DC 8 * ersetzt durch EN 760 BÖHLER BB 202 SAW flux.3 1. DNV: CN 22/9 N-UP.7 2.3 19. Composition of Sub-arc Welding Flux wt-% SiO2+TiO2 10 Al2O3 38 CaF2 50 Properties and Operating Data basicity acc. EAS 4 M-UP.1 Mo Nb 0.60 0. EN 12072 BÖHLER CN 18/11-UP S 19 9 H BÖHLER EAS 2-UP S 19 9 L BÖHLER SAS 2-UP S 19 9 Nb BÖHLER EAS 4 M-UP S 19 12 3 L BÖHLER SAS 4-UP S 19 12 3 Nb BÖHLER CN 22/9 N-UP S 22 9 3 NL BÖHLER CN 23/12-UP S 23 12 L classification for wire flux/combination according EN according AWS 5. CN 22/9 N-UP. Boniczewski: 2.8 22.8 19. Typical Composition of All-weld Metal with different Wires Böhler Böhler Böhler Böhler Böhler Böhler Böhler Böhler SAW-Wires CN 18/11-UP EAS 2-UP SAS 2-UP EAS 4 M-UP SAS 4-UP CN 22/9 N-UP CN 23/12-UP C 0.015 Si 0.55 0. CN 23/12-UP.2 mm) flux consumption: 0. CN 22/9 N-UP. SAS 2-UP. SAS 2-UP.0 kg/dm3 grain size acc. CN 20/25 M-UP. CN 22/9 N-UP. The weld deposits show high purity and good mechanical properties.1 0.55 0. GL: CN 22/9 N-UP.02 0.45 0.65 Mn 1. CL: CN 22/9 N-UP.5 23.4 19. 2 h – 10 h Base Materials Cr-steels and unstabilised or stabilised austenitic CrNi(Mo)-steels as well as austenitic-ferritic duplex steels. SAS 4-UP.14 Cu N Designation class. CN 23/12-UP 2-361 .025 0.3 1.7 3.045 0.

8 Nb Cu N 0. SAS2-UP. The weld deposits show high purity and good mechanical properties.5 Ni Mo 4.2 .9 Mn 0.025 0.8 Cr 12.) (ER317LN mod. CN 20/25 M-UP.Sub-arc Welding Flux EN 760: SA FB 2 DC BÖHLER BB 203 SAW flux.7 0.) (ER307 mod. CN 20/25 M-UP.5 16. SAS 4-UP.9 (ER410NiMo mod. CN 13/4-UP.3 4. It offers an especially low flux consumption.25 mm) 0.1 18. TÜV-D: EAS 2-UP.14 class. BÖHLER BB 203 produces well contoured and smooth welding beads. Composition of Sub-arc Welding Flux wt-% SiO2+TiO2 20 CaO+MgO 26 Al2O3 18 CaF2 32 Properties and Operating Data basicity acc. Boniczewski: bulk density: grain size acc. 2-362 . SEPROS: CN 13/4-UP.12 (0.5 6.0 8.7 1. EN 760: flux consumption: 2. 2 h – 10 h Base Materials soft-martensitic Cr-Ni-steels and unstabilised or stabilised austenitic CrNi(Mo)-steels as well as high corrosion resistant fully austenitic Cr-Ni-Mo-steels Typical Composition of All-weld Metal with different Wires Böhler SAW-Wires Böhler CN 13/4-UP Böhler ASN 5-UP Böhler A 7 CN-UP Designation BÖHLER CN 13/4-UP BÖHLER ASN 5-UP BÖHLER A 7CN-UP C 0. for wire acc.75 0.0 kg/dm3 2 . Beside a good slag detachability the flux features good fillet weld capabilities.08 Si 0.02 0. CN 22/9 N-UP. fluoride-basic type Description BÖHLER BB 203 is an agglomerated fluoride-basic flux with high basicity for joint welding of soft martensitic CrNi-steels and austenitic CrNi(Mo)-steels especially for thick walled components with high restraint and where low hydrogen contents are important.2 0.5 18. EAS4 M-UP. ASN 5-UP. UDT: A 7 CN-UP. EN 12072 S 13 4 S 18 16 5 NL S 18 8 Mn classification for wire flux/combination according EN according AWS 5.) Approvals and Certificates Approval is available for BÖHLER BB 203 together with BÖHLER-wires.8 kg flux per kg wire maximum amperage: 800 A re-drying: 300 – 350 °C.1.6 4.

EN acc.0 kg/dm3 0.7 Cr Mo 2. for welding high temperature and creep resistant steels.01 B <0.0 kg flux per kg wire 800 A 300 . Boniczewski: bulk density: grain size acc.0 V T Nb 0. to ASTM A 213( Draft) Typical Composition of All-weld Metal with different Wires BÖHLER SAW wires BÖHLER P 23-UP BÖHLER P 24-UP C Si Mn 0.20 0.7 0.Sub-arc Welding Flux EN 760: 1996: SA FB 1 55 AC BÖHLER BB 430 SAW flux fluoride-basic type Description BÖHLER BB 430 is a basic agglomerated welding flux with high basicity. even after step-cooling heat treatment Composition of Sub-arc Welding Flux wt-% SiO2+TiO2 15 CaO+MgO Al2O3+MnO 35 21 CaF2 26 Properties and Operating Data basicity acc.2 1.027 N 0. AWS S ZCrWV2 EG S ZCrWV2 EG Approvals and Certificates TÜV-D-for combination BÖHLER BB 430 together with the following BÖHLER-wires: P 23-UP.27 0.22 0. When used in combination with suitable wire electrodes the weld metal displays high toughness properties at low/subzero temperatures.3 .350 °C / 2h Base Materials HCM2S (P23/T23 acc. It is characterised by its neutral metallurgical behaviour. acc. P24 acc.05 0.4 1.9 0. to ASTM A213 code case 2199) 7CrMoVTiB10-10.05 0.6 mm 1.06 0.1.22 1. EN 760: flux consumption: maximum amperage: re-drying: 3. P 24-UP Same Alloy Filler Metals – 2-363 .05 2.007 Ti 0.003 Designation BÖHLER P 23-UP BÖHLER P 24-UP wire classification.

Sub-arc Welding Flux
EN 760: 1996: SA FB 2

BÖHLER BB 444
SAW flux fluoride-basic type

Description
BÖHLER BB 444 is a highly basic agglomerated welding flux, designed for welding and cladding of NiCr(Mo) alloys. Highly resistant against hot cracking thanks to its low level of Si pick up.

Typical Analysis of Sub-arc Welding Flux
wt-% SiO2 4 CaO+MgO 55 Al2O3 30 K2O+Na2O 2 F9

Properties and Operating Data
basicity acc. Boniczewski: bulk density: grain size acc. EN 760: flux consumption: maximum amperage: re-drying: 5.1 1.0 kg/dm3 0.4 -1.4 mm 1.0 kg flux per kg wire 800 A 300 - 400 °C / 1h - 2h

Base Materials
nickel and nickel alloys

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal with different wires
BÖHLER BÖHLER BÖHLER BÖHLER BÖHLER BÖHLER SAW wires C Si Mn Cr Mo NIBAS 70/20-UP 0.010 0.25 3.1 20.0 NIBAS 625-UP 0.015 0.25 0.2 21.5 8.5 NIBAS C 24-UP 0.020 0.20 0.25 22.0 15.5 NIBAS 617-UP <0,06 <0,40 <0.30 20.0 8.8 NIBAS C 276-UP <0.015 0.13 0.41 15.0 16.0 Ni Nb Ti T Co Fe bal. 2.2 0.8 bal. 3.3 0.10 0.4 bal. 0.25 bal. 0.25 10.0 <1,0 bal. 3.3 5.5 acc. AWS ERNiCr-3 ERNiCrMo-3 ERNiCrMo-13 ERNiCrCoMo-1 ERNiCrMo-4

Designation BÖHLER NIBAS BÖHLER NIBAS BÖHLER NIBAS BÖHLER NIBAS BÖHLER NIBAS

70/20-UP 625UP C 24-UP 617-UP C 276-UP

wire classification. acc. EN SNi 6082 (NiCr20Mn3Nb) SNi 6625 (NiCr22Mo9Nb) SNi 6059 (NiCr23Mo16) S Ni 6617 (NiCr22Co12 Mo) SNi 6276 (NiCr15Mo16Fe6W4)

Approvals and Certificates
TÜV-D-for combination BÖHLER BB 444 together with the following BÖHLER-wires: NIBAS 70/20-UP, NIBAS 625-UP

Same Alloy Filler Metals

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Sub-arc Welding Flux
EN 760: SA FB 2 55 DC 8

BÖHLER BB 910
SAW flux, fluoride-basic type

Description
BÖHLER BB 910 is an agglomerated fluoride-basic special welding flux with high basicity for multipass welding of creep resistant 9 % Cr-steels like P91/T91/P92/T92. The metallurgical behaviour concerning Si and Mn is neutral. The flux BB 910 produces well contoured and smooth welding beads with good slag release as well as appropriate weld metal ductility and impact behaviour after tempering. BÖHLER BB 910 is a hydrogen-controlled welding flux with hydrogen contents of maximum 5 ml/100 g weld deposit.

Composition of Sub-arc Welding Flux
wt-% SiO2+TiO2 14 CaO+MgO 32 Al2O3+MnO 18 CaF2 31

Properties and Operating Data
basicity acc. Boniczewski: bulk density: grain size acc. EN 760: flux consumption: 2.9 1.0 kg/dm3 0.3 - 2.0 mm 1.0 kg flux per kg wire

maximum amperage: 800 A re-drying: 300 – 350 °C, 2 h – 10 h

Base Materials
high creep resistant 9 %Cr-steels like grade P91/T91, and NF616

Typical Composition of All-weld Metal with different Wires
Böhler SAW-Wires C Böhler C 9 MV-UP 0.11 Böhler P 92-UP 0.09
Designation BÖHLER C 9 MV-UP BÖHLER P 92-UP

Si 0.30 0.45

Mn 0.6 0.4

Cr 9.0 8.6

Ni 0.7 0.6

Mo 0.80 0.35

V 0.2 0.2

Nb 0.05 0.04

W 1.50

N

class. for wire acc. EN 12070 S CrMo91 S Z CrMo92

classification for wire flux/combination according EN according AWS 5.23 F 9 P Z-EB9-B9 / F 62 P Z-EB9-B9 -

Approvals and Certificates
Approval is available for BÖHLER BB 910 together with the BÖHLER-wires: ÜV-D: C 9 MV-UP, P 92-UP; CL: C9MV-UP; UDT: C9 MV-UP, P92-UP; SEPROS: C9MV-UP

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Notes

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Selection Guide

3. Selection Guide
Übersicht
Information über Werkstoffe zählt zu den wesentlichen Voraussetzungen für eine zielführende Auswahl von Schweißzusätzen. Der beschränkte Umfang dieses Handbuches erlaubt zwar nicht eine vollständige Angabe aller relevanten Eigenschaften, doch soll zumindest ein Überblick über die gültigen EN- und die auslaufenden bzw. noch gültigen DIN-Bezeichnungen und die chemische Zusammensetzung aller im europäischen Raum mit Werkstoffnummern genormten Werkstoffe gegeben werden.

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3.1 WELDING CONSUMABLES FOR THE OFFSHORE INDUSTRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

WELDING CONSUMABLES FOR THE CHEMICAL AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY . . . . . . . .4

WELDING CONSUMABLES FOR THERMAL POWER PLANTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

WELDING CONSUMABLES FOR HYDRO POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

3.2 SELECTION TABLES BASE MATERIAL ORIENTED SELECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 3.3 PROCESS-BASED SELECTION OF CONSUMABLES . . . . . . . . . . .33 3.4 MATERIAL-BASED SELECTION OF CONSUMABLES . . . . . . . . . . .45 3.5 WELDING TECHNOLOGY DETAILS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87

3-1

Welding processes
SMAW FCAW GTAW GMAW SAW

Base metal UNS/ASTM AISI/API

Mild steels
FOX EV 50 Ti 52 W-FD HL 51-FD EML 5 EMS 2 + BB 400

Re < 380 MPa

A106Gr.B

API Pipe steels
Ti 52 W-FD Ti 60-FD I 52 Ni K-Nova Ni I 52 Ni SG 3-P (max. X60) K-Nova Ni K-Nova Ni EML 5 SG 3-P EMS 2 + BB 400 EMS 2 + BB 400

API 5L-X52

API X56-X65

API X60-X65

API X70

FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX

EV PIPE BVD 85 BVD 85 BVD 90 M EV 60 PIPE BVD 85 EV 70 PIPE BVD 90

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FOX EV 60 FOX EV 65 I 52 Ni FOX NiMO 100 FOX EV 85 I 52 Ni
(Root pass only)

High strength steels
Ti 60-FD EML 5 K-Nova Ni K-Nova Ni NiMo 1-IG NiCrMo2.5-IG 3NiMo1-UP + BB 420TTR 3NiMo1-UP + BB 420TTR 3NiMo1-UP + BB 420TTR 3 NiCrMo2.5-UP + BB 420TTR BB 420TTRC

Re > 380 MPa

S420-S460

S500

AISI 4130

S690Q

Stainless steels
FOX CN 13/4 FOX CN 13/4 Supra FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M FOX FFB-A FOX FFB CN 13/4-MC CN 13/4-IG

Martensitic 13Cr 4Ni

CN 13/4-MC CN 13/4-IG CN 13/4-MC (F) EAS 4 PW-FD EAS 4M-FD EAS 4M-IG EAS 4M-IG (Si) EAS 4 MC FFB-IG FFB-IG EAS 4M-UP + BB 431

Austenitic 316L

S31600

310

S31000

904

N08904 FOX CN 20/25M-A FOX CN 20/25M CN 20/25M-IG (Si) CN 20/25M-IG

Type 6 Mo FOX NIBAS 625 NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS 625-FD NIBAS 625-IG

S31254 N08926 N08367 FOX CN 22/9 N FOX CN 22/9 N-B CN 22/9N-IG CN 22/9 PW-FD CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9N-IG CN 22/9N-UP + BB 431

Duplex 22Cr

S31803 S32205

Superduplex 25Cr FOX CN 25/9 CuT CN 25/9 CuT-IG CN 25/9 CuT-IG

S32550 S32750 S32760 FOX FOX FOX FOX CN 23/12 PW-FD CN 23/12Mo PW-FD NIBAS 625 FD NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS C 24-IG CN 23/12-IG CN 23/12-IG CN 23/12-MC NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS C 24-IG CN 23/12-A CN 23/12Mo-A NIBAS 625 NIBAS C 24

Dissimilar joints

CN 23/12-UP + BB 431

Nickel base alloys
NIBAS 625-FD

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NIBAS 70/20-FD FOX CuNi 30Fe CuNi 30Fe-IG ER Ti 2

Alloy 625 Alloy 59 Alloy C 276 Alloy 400 Allloy 600 Alloy 800/800HT FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS C 24-IG NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS 400-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG NIBAS 625 NIBAS C 24 NIBAS C 276 NIBAS 400 NIBAS 70/20 CN 21/33 Mn

N06625 N06059 N10276 N04400 N06600 N08810

NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS C 24-IG NIBAS C 276-IG NIBAS 400-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG

Non ferrous alloys

Copper base alloys Cu-Ni 90-10 Cu-Ni 70-30

C70600 C71500

Titanium Ti grade 2

R50400

Welding processes
SMAW FCAW GTAW GMAW SAW Page

Base metals AISI/UNS/ASTM

High temperature and creep resistant steels
DMO-IG DCMS-IG DMV 83-IG CM 2-IG EMS 2Mo+BB 24 EMS 2CrMo+BB 24 CM 2-UP+BB 24 P 23-UP+BB 430 P 24-UP+BB 430 CM 5-UP+BB 24

0,5Mo 1Cr 0,5Mo 0,5Cr 1Mo +V 21/4Cr 1Mo 21/4Cr 1Mo (mod.) CM 5-IG

5Cr 0,5Mo 9Cr 1Mo 9Cr 1Mo +V(W)

C 9 MV-IG, C 9 MV-MC C 9 MV-UP+BB 910

3.1 SELECTION GUIDE FOR THE CHEMICAL AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY

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E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD FOX E 347 H EAS 2-FD EAS 2 PW-FD EAS 4 M-FD EAS 4 PW-FD EAS 2-IG EAS 4 M-IG FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX ASN 5 FOX ASN 5-A EAS 2 EAS 2-A EAS 2-VD EAS 4 M EAS 4 M-A EAS 4 M-VD EAS 4 M-TS E 317L E 317L-FD E 317L PW-FD ASN 5-IG

12Cr 1Mo +VW 18Cr 11Ni

P/T1 P/T11 – P/T22 P/T23 P/T24 P/T5 P/T9 P/T91 P/T911 P/T92 – 304H 321H FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX DMO-IG DCMS-IG DMV 83-IG CM 2-IG P 23-IG P 24-IG CM 5-IG CM 9-IG C 9 MV-IG C 9 MVW-IG P 92-IG 20 MVW-IG CN 18/11-IG ER 308 H-IG CN 18/11-IG DMO Ti, Kb DCMS Ti, Kb DMV 83Kb CM 2Kb P 23 P 24 CM 5 Kb CM 9 Kb C 9 MV C 9 MVW P 92 20 MVW CN 18/11 E 308 H

P 92-UP+BB 910 20 MVW-UP+BB 24 CN 18/11-UP+BB 202

18Cr 10Ni +Nb

347H

Stainless steels
EAS 2-IG (Si) EAS 2-MC EAS 4 M-IG (Si) EAS 4 M-MC EAS 2-UP+BB 202

Austenitic

19Cr 9Ni L

304L

19Cr 9Ni 3Mo L

316L

EAS 4 M-UP+BB 202

19Cr 13Ni 4Mo L

317L

ASN 5 SY-UP+BB 202 ASN 5-IG (Si) ASN 5-UP+BB 203

18Cr 16Ni 5Mo NL

317LN

22Cr 18Ni 4Mo L 19Cr 12Ni 3Mo Nb SAS 4-UP+BB 202 SAS 2-UP+BB 202 SAS SAS SAS SAS SAS 2-IG SAS 2-IG (Si) CN 20/25 M-IG (Si) CN 20/25 M-IG 4-FD 4 PW-FD 2-FD 2 PW-FD

– 316Ti AM 400-IG SAS 4-IG AM 400-IG SAS 4-IG (Si)

19Cr 9Ni Nb

347

20Cr 25Ni 5Mo CuNL

904L

FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX

AM 400 SAS 4 SAS 4-A SAS 2 SAS 2-A CN 20/25 M CN 20/25 M-A

Ferritic / Martensitic 13Cr NbL 13Cr 17Cr 17Cr Mo 18Cr NbL FOX KW 10 FOX SKWA FOX SKWAM KW 5 Nb-IG KW 10-IG SKWA-IG, KWA-IG SKWAM-IG CAT 430 L Cb-IG

409 410 431 – 430Cb

SKWAM-UP+BB 203

Soft martensitic 13Cr 4Ni FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA FOX CN 13/4 CN 13/4-IG FOX CN 16/6 M-HD CN 13/4-IG CN 13/4-MC CN 13/4-MC (F)

CA6NM S41500

CN 13/4-UP+BB 203

16Cr 6Ni Mo

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FOX CN 17/4 PH CN 22/9 N-FD CN 22/9 PW-FD CN 22/9 N-IG CN 25/9 CuT-IG FOX CN 22/9 N-B FOX CN 22/9 N FOX CN 25/9 CuT

Precipitation hardening

17Cr 4Ni Cu

Duplex / Superduplex CN 22/9 N-IG CN 25/9 CuT-IG CN 22/9N-UP+BB 202

22Cr

S31803

25Cr

S32750

Welding processes
SMAW FCAW GTAW GMAW SAW Page

Base metal AISI/UNS/ASTM

Special applications
FOX FOX FOX FOX A 7-FD A 7 PW-FD A 7 CN-IG CN 19/9 M-IG CN 23/12-IG A 7-IG A 7-MC CN 19/9 M-IG CN 23/12-IG CN 23/12-MC FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A CN CN CN CN 23/12-FD 23/12 PW-FD 23/12 Mo-FD 23/12 Mo PW-FD A7 A 7-A CN 19/9 M CN 23/12-A A 7 CN-UP+BB 203

18Cr 8Ni Mn

20Cr 10Ni 3Mo 23Cr 12Ni L

Dissimilar joints, corrosion resistant claddings

CN 23/12-UP+BB 202

23Cr 12Ni 2Mo L

Buffer layers

24Cr 13Ni L 24Cr 13Ni NbL 29Cr 9Ni EASN 2 Si-IG EASN 25 M-IG

Problem steels

3.1 SELECTION GUIDE FOR THE CHEMICAL AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY

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FOX 2.5 Ni FOX EAS 2 2.5 Ni-IG EAS 2-IG FOX NIBAS 60/15 EAS 2-FD EAS 2 PW-FD EAS 2 PW-FD (LF) NIBAS 625-FD NIBAS 625-IG FA-IG FF-IG FFB-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FA FF FF-A FFB FFB-A CN 21/33 Mn

19Cr 14Ni Si 25Cr 22Ni 2Mo NL

Against nitric acid UREA plant engineering

FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX

CN 24/13 CN 24/13 Nb CN 29/9 CN 29/9-A EAS 2 Si EASN 25 M

Low temperature
2.5 Ni-IG EAS 2-IG (Si) Ni 2-UP+BB 24 EAS 2-UP+BB 202

2.5Ni 19Cr 9Ni L

A633 Gr. E 304L

9Ni

K81340

NIBAS 625-IG

NIBAS 625-UP+BB 444

Heat resistant
FA-IG FF-IG FFB-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG

25Cr 4Ni 22Cr 12Ni

327 309

25Cr 20Ni

310

21Cr 33Ni Mn

N08810 / 800H

25Cr 35Ni Nb 35Cr 45Ni Nb FOX CN 25/35 Nb FOX CN 35/45 Nb CN 25/35 Nb-IG CN 35/45 Nb-IG CN 25/35 Nb-IG CN 35/45 Nb-IG

– –

Nickel base alloys
NIBAS 70/20-FD NIBAS 625-FD
NIBAS 70/20-UP+BB 444 NIBAS 625-UP+BB 444 NIBAS C 276-UP+BB 444 NIBAS C 24-UP+BB 444 NIBAS 617-UP+BB 444

Alloy 600 Alloy 600 Alloy 625 Alloy C 276 Alloy 59 Alloy 400 Alloy 617 FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS 70/20-IG 625-IG C 276-IG C 24-IG 400-IG 617-IG 70/20-IG 625-IG C 276-IG C 24-IG 400-IG 617-IG NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS 70/15 70/20 625 C 276 C 24 400 617

N06600 N06600 N06625 N10276 N06059 N04400 N06617

Non-ferrous alloys
FOX CuNi 30Fe FOX CuNi 30Fe CuNi 30Fe-IG CuNi 30Fe-IG ER Ti 2-IG

Cu-Ni 90-10 Cu-Ni 90-30 Ti grade 2

C70600 C71500 R50400

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ER Ti 2-IG

Welding processes
SMAW FCAW GTAW GMAW SAW Page

Base metals AISI/UNS/ASTM

Mild steels
FOX EV 50 Ti 52-FD EMK 6 EMK 6 EMS 2+BB 24

Re ≤ 380 MPa

SA106A+B

High strength steels
FOX EV 65 NiMo 1-IG 3 NiMo 1-UP+BB 24

Re ≤ 500 MPa

SA508Cl.2

3.1 SELECTION GUIDE FOR THERMAL POWER PLANTS

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(DMO) (DCMS) DMO-IG DCMS-IG FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX E 308 H-FD E 308 H PW-FD DMV 83-IG CM 2-IG P 23-IG P 24-IG CM 5-IG C M 9-IG C 9 MV-IG C 9 MVW-IG P 92-IG 20 MVW-IG CN 18/11-IG ER 308 H-IG FOX E 347 H DMO Ti, Kb DCMS Ti, Kb DCMV DMV 83Kb CM 2Kb P 23 P 24 CM 5Kb CM 9Kb C 9 MV C 9 MVW P 92 20 MVW CN 18/11 E 308 H

High Temperature and creep resistant steels
DMO-IG DCMS-IG DMV 83-IG CM 2-IG EMS 2Mo+BB 24 EMS 2 CrMo+BB 24

0,5Mo 1Cr 0,5Mo 1.25Cr 1Mo+V 0,5Cr 1Mo +V 2.25Cr 1Mo 2.25Cr 1Mo (mod.)

5Cr 0,5Mo 9Cr 1Mo 9Cr 1Mo +V(W)

CM 5-IG

CM 2-UP+BB 24 P 23-UP+BB 430 P 24-UP+BB 430 CM 5-UP+BB 24 C 9 MV-IG, C 9 MV-MC C 9 MV-UP+BB 910

12Cr 1Mo +VW 18Cr 11Ni

P/T1 P/T11 – – P/T22 P/T23 P/T24 P/T5 P/T9 P/T91 – P/T92 – 304H

CN 18/11-IG

P 92-UP+BB 910 20 MVW-UP+BB 24 CN 18/11-UP+BB 202

18Cr 10Ni +Nb

347H

Special applications
FOX A 7 FOX A 7-A A 7-FD A 7 PW-FD A 7 CN-IG A 7-IG A 7-MC A 7 CN-UP+BB 203

18Cr 8Ni Mn

dissimilar joints, repair and maintenance

Heat resistant
FA-IG FF-IG FA-IG FF-IG FFB-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG FFB-IG CN 21/33 Mn-IG

25Cr 4Ni 22Cr 12Ni

327 309

25Cr 20Ni

310

21Cr 33Ni Mn

N08800

FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX

FA FF FF-A FFB FFB-A CN 21/33 Mn

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FOX FOX FOX FOX NIBAS 70/20-FD NIBAS 625-FD NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS NIBAS 70/15 70/20 625 617 NIBAS 70/20-IG NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS 617-IG

Nickel base alloys
NIBAS 70/20-IG NIBAS 625-IG NIBAS 617-IG NIBAS 70/20-UP+BB 444 NIBAS 625-UP+BB 444 NIBAS 617-UP+BB 444

Alloy 800 Alloy 600 Alloy 625 Alloy 617

N06600 N06600 N06625 N06617

Welding processes
SMAW FCAW GTAW GMAW SAW Page

Base metals AISI/UNS/ASTM

API Pipe steels
FOX BVD 85 FOX BVD 90 FOX BVD 100

Re ≤ 450 MPa Re ≤ 555 MPa

X42-X65 X70, X80 X80

High strength steels
NiMo 1-IG X 70-IG 3NiMo 1-UP+BB 24 3NiCrMo 2.5-UP+BB 24 FOX EV 65 FOX EV 75 FOX EV 85

Re ≤ 500 MPa Re ≤ 600 MPa Re ≤ 690 MPa

A302 Gr.A-D A517 Gr.A-C USS-T1

3.1 SELECTION GUIDE FOR HYDRO POWER PLANTS

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FOX CN 13/4 FOX CN 13/4 SUPRA FOX CN 16/6 M-HD CN 13/4-IG FOX EAS 4 M FOX EAS 4 M-A FOX EAS 4 M-TS EAS 4 M-FD EAS 4 PW-FD EAS 4 M-IG FOX A 7 FOX A 7-A FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A A 7 CN-IG CN 23/12-IG A 7 -FD A 7 PW-FD CN 23/12-FD CN 23/12 PW-FD CN 23/12 Mo-FD CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD

Stainless steels
CN 13/4-MC CN 13/4-MC (F) CN 13/4-IG CN 13/4-UP+BB 203

Soft martensitic 13Cr 4Ni

CA6NM

16Cr 6Ni Mo

Austenitic 19Cr 9Ni 3Mo L

316L

EAS 4 M-IG (Si) EAS 4 M-MC

EAS 4 M-UP+BB 202

Special applications
A 7 CN-UP+BB 203 CN 23/12-UP+BB 202

18Cr 8Ni Mn

23Cr 12Ni L

dissimilar joints, repair and maintenance

A 7-IG A 7-MC CN 23/12-IG CN 23/12-MC

23Cr 12Ni 2Mo L

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Notes

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3.2. Selection Tables base material oriented selection

u Overview
The selection range provided from the materials science point of view attempts to respond to the behaviour of the base metal and matches the welding parameters and the temperature input to this behaviour although choosing from the selection tables provides quicker and more direct access to the appropriate filler metals. However, it has to be noted that this section does not go into detail about the welding technology used for processing the filler metals listed. The appropriate subsection of the next chapter or the individual data sheets of the filler metals themselves should be referred to for this.

u Contents
3.2.1. HIGH TEMPERATURE STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 3.2.2. CREEP-RESISTANT STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 3.2.3. DISSIMILAR WELDS WITH HIGH TEMPERATURE STEELS . . . .18 3.2.4. FERRITIC CHROMIUM STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 3.2.5. CHEMICAL RESISTANT STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 3.2.6. HEAT RESISTANT STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

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Selection Guide

3.2.1 High Temperature Steels
Stick Electrodes for High Temperature Steels

FOX DCMS Kb

FOX EV 70 Mo

FOX DCMS Ti

FOX CM 2 Kb X X X X

FOX DMO Kb

FOX DMO Ti

Material Group

W-No.

boiler, plate and tube steels

1.0405 A 106, Gr. A 1.0461 A 516, Gr. 55 1.0481 A 106, Gr. C 1.0482 A 515, Gr. 70 1.5415 A 335, Gr. P1 1.7335 A 335, Gr. P11, P12 1.7715 A 405, Gr. P24 1.7380 A 335, Gr. P22

500 400 500 500 530 560 560 590 450 500 550 550 600 300 400 600 600 500 550 550 550 590 375 375 -

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (x) X X X X X X X X X X (x) X X X X X X X

high temperature cast steels

1.0619 A 216, Gr. WCA-C 1.5419 A 217, Gr. WC1 1.7357 A 217, Gr. WC6 1.7706 I 21610 1.7379 A 217, Gr. WC9

high pressure hydrogen-resistant steels special grades for high temperature application

1.7218 A 519, Gr. 4130 1.7273 1.7362 A 335, Gr. P5 1.7386 A 335, Gr. P9 1.6368 1.6311 A 508, CI. 3 1.7733 A 389. Gr. C 23 1.8070 A 389, Gr. C 24 1.7375

special grades for reactor construction caustic cracking resistant steels

1.6369 1.6310 A 533, Gr. BCI.1 1.0407 1.0569

(x) limited suitability for application

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FOX CM 9 Kb

FOX CM 5 Kb

FOX DCMV

FOX EV 65

ASTM AISI UNS

Service Temperature up to °C

DOX DMV 83 Kb

WCA-C A 217. ASTM AISI UNS Service Temperature up to °C . P22 A 216. Gr. 55 A 106.1 1. C 23 A 389. GMAW or SAW Wires for High Temperature Steels boiler.0461 1.7357 1. Gr. CI. Gr.7706 1.0405 1. 4130 A 335.0407 1. Gr.Classification-based or Approval-based Selection GTAW and Gas Welding Rods. Gr. plate and tube steels 1.7273 special grades for caustic cracking resistant steels 1. Gr. 3 A 389.7379 high pressure steels special grades for high temperature application 1. Gr.0619 1.5419 1.7218 1.7380 A 106. Gr. WC1 A 217. WC9 A 519. P9 A 508.0569 reactor construction 1.7715 1.7335 1. P12 A 405. Gr. Gr.5415 1.0482 1. P11. P24 A 335. Gr. Gr.8070 1. WC6 I 21610 A 217.7362 1.7733 1. Gr.6310 375 - (x) limited suitability for application 3-15 DMO-IG DCMS-IG DMV 83-IG CM 2-IG CM 5-IG CM 9-IG EMS 2 Mo EMS 2 CrMo CM 2-UP CM 5-UP DMO DCMS CM2 X X X X X X X X X X X (x) X X X X X X X X (x) X X X X X X X (x) (x) (x) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Material Group W-No. BCI.7386 1. A A 516. C A 515. Gr. P1 A 335.0481 1. Gr. C 24 500 400 500 500 530 560 560 590 450 500 550 550 600 300 400 600 600 500 550 550 550 590 375 high temperature cast steels 1.6369 A 533. 70 A 335.7375 hydrogen-resistant 1. Gr. Gr. P5 A 335.6368 1.6311 1. Gr.

P91 A 335.4926 1.4949 304 N 1.4988 - nickel-base alloys 1.4941 1. P92 600 580 600 600 580 650 650 650 700 700 700 700 750 750 750 650 700 1000 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X FOX CN 16/13 FOX CN 18/11 FOX 20 MVW FOX E 308 H Material Group W-No. FOX C 9 MV ASTM AISI UNS FOX P 92 Service Temperature up to °C (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x)2 (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x)1 (x) (x) (x)1 (x) (x) X (x) (x) (x)1 (x) (x) (x)1 (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) creep-resistant austenitic steels 1.4919 316 H 1.Selection Guide 3.2. Gr.4922 1.4959 - X = same or similar alloyed filler metals (x) = dissimilar alloyed filler metals 1 = weld metal contains no molybdenum.4961 TP 347 H 1.4931 1. Gr.4981 1. Gr.4935 A 335. corrosion resistance requirements have to be checked 2 = strength values of weld metal are lower than base material 3-16 FOX NIBAS 70/15 .4910 1.2 Creep-resistant Steels Stick Electrodes for Creep-resistant Steels FOX NIBAS 70/20 FOX C 9 MVW high temperature and creep resistant steels 1. P911 A 335.4948 304 H 1.4958 1.4923 1.

P92 304 H 304 N 316 H TP 347 H - 600 580 600 600 580 650 650 650 700 700 700 700 750 750 750 650 700 1000 X X X X X X X and creep resistant 1. GMAW and SAW Wires for Creep-resistant Steels 20 MVW-IG C 9 MV-IG C 9 MVW-IG P 92-IG CN 18/11-IG ER 308 H-IG CN 16/13-IG E 308 H-FD. Gr.4923 creep-resistant austenitic steels 1.4926 1. P91 A 335.4961 1.4948 1.4958 1.4931 1.4935 - A 335.4910 1.4981 1. Gr.Selection Tables GTAW Rods. P911 A 335.4959 X = same or similar alloyed filler metals (x) = dissimilar alloyed filler metals = weld metal contains no molybdenum.4922 1. Gr. corrosion resistance requirements have to be checked 2 = strength values of weld metal are lower than base material * suitable sub-arc welding fluxes can be found in the data sheets of SAW wire 1 3-17 .4919 1. E 308 H PW-FD NIBAS 70/20-IG NIBAS 70/20-FD 20 MVW-UP* C 9 MV-UP* P 92-UP* X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (x)1 (x)1 X (x)1 (x)1 X X X (x)2 (x)2 (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) 2 2 2 2 2 2 Material Group W-No.4988 (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) nickel-base alloys 1.4941 1. ASTM AISI UNS Service Temperatur up to °C high temperature steels 1.4949 1.

DMO Ti-FD 16Mo3 16Mo3 13CrMo4-5 14MoV6-3 14MoV6-3 14MoV6-3 13CrMo4-5 10CrMo9-10 10CrMo9-10 13CrMo4-5 10CrMo9-10 FOX DMO Kb or Ti FOX DMO Kb or Ti FOX DCMS Kb FOX DCMS Kb FOX CM 2 Kb DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD.2. DMO Ti-FD DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD.Selection Guide 3.EMK 8 DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD. DMO Ti-FD EML 5 EMK 6 EMK 7 . DMO Ti-FD P310GH 16Mo3 FOX DMO Kb or Ti EML 5 EMK 6 EMK 7 – EMK 8 DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD.2) °C 530-600 3-18 . DMO Ti-FD DCMS-IG DCMS Kb-FD DCMS-IG DCMS Kb-FD CM 2-IG CM 2 Kb-FD X20CrMoV12-1 FOX DMV 83 Kb FOX 20 MVW DMV 83-IG 20 MVW-IG 670-720 (CM 2-UP) 690-730 EMS 2 CrMo 680-720 (EMS 2 CrMo) 650-720 EMS 2 Mo 570-620 EMS 2 Mo 550-620 540-600 EMS 3 EMS 2 Mo 530-580 EMS 2 EMS 3 530-580 Filler Metals1) GTAW/GMAW SAW EMS 2 EMS 3 EMS 2 Mo Annealing temp.3 Dissimilar Welds with High Temperature Steels Recommendations for suitable filler metals and optimum heat treatment Base Material Combination Stick Electrodes P235G1TH P255G1TH 16Mo3 FOX SPEM FOX EV 47 FOX EV 50 FOX DMO Kb or Ti P295GH 16Mo3 FOX EV 47 FOX EV 50 FOX DMO Kb or Ti EML 5 EMK 6 EMK 7 – EMK 8 DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD. DMO Ti-FD P235G1TH P255G1TH 13CrMo4-5 FOX EV 47 FOX EV 50 FOX DMO Kb or Ti EML 5 EMK 6 EMK 7 – EMK 8 DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD.

DMO Ti-FD 20 MVW-UP EMS 2 Mo 680-730 700-750 530-590 SAW (CM 2-UP) Annealing temp.Selection Tables Recommendations for suitable filler metals and optimum heat treatment (continued) Base Material Combination Stick Electrodes 10CrMo9-10 X20CrMoV12-1 FOX CM 2 Kb or FOX NIBAS 70/20 or FOX NiCr 70 Nb FOX DMV 83 Kb FOX 20 MVW 17 MnMoV 74 P235G1TH P255G1TH 16Mo3 15 NiCuMoNb 5 13CrMo4-5 11 NiMoV 53 P235G1TH P255G1TH 16Mo3 13CrMo4-5 20MnMoNi4-5 P235G1TH P255G1TH 16Mo3 13CrMo4-5 FOX DMO Kb or Ti FOX DCMS Kb 15 MnMoNiV 53 P235G1TH P255G1TH 16Mo3 13CrMo4-5 22 NiMoCr 37 P235G1TH P255G1TH 16Mo3 13CrMo4-5 GP240GH P235G1TH P255G1TH 16Mo3 22Mo4 16Mo3 13CrMo4-5 22Mo4 21 CrMoV 511 FOX EV 47 or FOX EV 50 FOX DMO Kb or Ti FOX DMO Kb or Ti FOX DMO Kb or Ti FOX DCMS Kb FOX DCMS Kb EML 5 EMK 6 EMK 7 DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD. DMO Ti-FD EMS 2 Mo 550-600 FOX DMO Kb or Ti DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD.2) °C 700-750 3-19 . DMO Ti-FD EMS 2 Mo 530-590 FOX DMO Kb or Ti Filler Metals1) GTAW/GMAW CM 2-IG or NIBAS 70/20-IG or NiCr 70 Nb-IG DMV 83-IG 20 MVW-IG DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD. DMO Ti-FD MS 2 CrMo EMS 2 Mo 530-590 EMS 2 Mo 530-590 FOX DMO Kb or Ti DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD. DMO Ti-FD EMS 2 Mo 580-640 FOX DMO Kb or Ti DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD. DMO Ti-FD DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD. DMO Ti-FD DCMS-IG DCMS Kb-FD DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD. DMO Ti-FD DMO-IG DCMS-IG DCMS-IG DCMS Kb-FD EMS 2 Mo EMS 2 CrMo EMS 2 CrMo 650-720 560-620 EMS 2 Mo 560-620 EMS 2 Mo 560-620 EMS 2 EMS 3 560-620 FOX DMO Kb or Ti DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD.

Selection Guide Recommendations for suitable filler metals and optimum heat treatment (continued) Base Material Combination Stick Electrodes G17CrMo5-5 16Mo3 13CrMo4-5 10CrMo9-10 14MoV6-3 G17CrMoV5-11 13CrMo4-5 10CrMo9-10 14MoV6-3 FOX DCMS Kb FOX CM 2 Kb FOX DMV 83 Kb FOX CM 2 Kb 21CrMoV5-1-1 FOX DMV 83 Kb FOX NiCr 70 Nb X20CrMoV12-1 FOX DMV 83 Kb FOX 20 MVW FOX NiCr 70 Nb FOX NIBAS 70/20 GX22CrMoV12-1 14MoV6-3 FOX CM 2-IG FOX NIBAS 70/20 FOX NiCr 70 Nb 14MoV6-3 FOX DMV 83 Kb FOX NIBAS 70/20 FOX NiCr 70 Nb 21CrMoV5-1-1 FOX DMV 83 Kb FOX NIBAS 70/20 FOX NiCr 70 Nb X20CrMoV12-1 FOX 20 MVW FOX NIBAS 70/20 FOX NiCr 70 Nb X8CrNiNb16-13 FOX NiCr 70 Nb FOX NIBAS 70/20 NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG DCMS-IG DCMS Kb-FD CM 2-IG CM 2 Kb-FD DMV 83-IG CM 2-IG CM 2 Kb-FD DMV 83-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG DMV 83-IG 20 MVW-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG DMV 83-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG DMV 83-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG 20 MVW-IG NIBAS 70/20-IG NiCr 70 Nb-IG 670-730 680-730 670-730 X8CrNiNb16-13 FOX NIBAS 70/20 (CM 2-UP) 680-730 CM 2-UP 670-720 EMS 2 CrMo FOX DMO Kb FOX DCMS Kb Filler Metals1) GTAW/GMAW DMO-IG DMO Kb-FD. 3-20 . The annealing time depends on the relevant work piece thickness. For work pieces of low thicknesses a medium annealing time should be chosen.2) °C 640-700 ( ) Use subject with reservations. at least 30 minutes for thicknesses of 15-20 mm and at least 60 minutes for thicknesses above 30 mm. Before selection please consult your next BÖHLER representative and give exact description of service conditions and requirements. DMO Ti-FD DCMS-IG DCMS Kb-FD 670-720 650-730 EMS 2 CrMo 640-700 SAW EMS 2 Mo Annealing temp. it has to be at least 15 minutes for thicknesses of 15 mm. whereas in thick-walled components the surface should be reach a temperature within the upper range. 1) The material recommendations have been chosen in a way to ensure that the relevant filler metal is lower alloy ed and thus tougher than the base metal. 2) The annealing temperatures have been chosen in a way to ensure that the lowest Ac1 temperature of the two materials involved is not exceeded.

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4000 1. -A.4120 1. -VD FOX CN 23/12 Mo-A FOX EAS 2.4002 1.Selection Guide 3. -A FOX CN 23/12-A FOX CN 19/9 M FOX SAS 2.4113 1.4059 1. -TS. 1.4001 1. -A. -A material designation FOX NiCr 70 Nb ASTM AISI UNS FOX NIBAS 70/20 .4 Ferritic Chromium Steels Stick Electrodes for Ferritic Chromium Steels FOX EAS 4M.4008 1. -VD FOX CN 29/9.4122 X6Cr13 X7Cr14 X6CrAl13 X2CrNi12 X12Cr13 GX8CrNi13 X6Cr17 X20Cr13 X15Cr13 GX20Cr14 X46Cr13 X17CrNi16-2 GX22CrNi17 X6CrMo17-1 X20CrMo13 GX20CrMo13 X39CrMo17-1 GX35CrMo17-1 403 429 405 410 CA 15 430 420 410 A 217 431 A 743 434 (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (x) X (x) (x) (x) (x) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 3-22 FOX SAS 4. -A FOX SKWAM W-No.4122 1.4057 1.4024 1.4120 1.4003 1. -A FOX KW 10 FOX SKWA FOX A7.4027 1.4021 1.4016 1.2.4006 1.4034 1.

-IG (Si) EAS 2-FD.4113 1.4001 1. PW-FD CN 19/9 M-IG W-No. A7 (PW)-FD CN 23/12-FD.4006 1.4122 X6Cr13 X7Cr14 X6CrAl13 X2CrNi12 X12Cr13 GX8CrNi13 X6Cr17 X20Cr13 X15Cr13 GX20Cr14 X46Cr13 X17CrNi16-2 GX22CrNi17 X6CrMo17-1 X20CrMo13 GX20CrMo13 X39CrMo17-1 GX35CrMo17-1 403 429 405 410 CA 15 430 420 410 A 217 431 A 743 434 (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (x) X (x) X (x) (x) (x) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 3-23 NIBAS 70/20-IG CN 23/12-IG SKWAM-IG material designation NIBAS 70-20 FD ASTM AISI UNS KW 10-IG SKWA-IG KWA-IG SAS 4-FD.4027 1.4057 1.4021 1.4120 1.4008 1. PW-FD EAS 2-IG.4034 1. PW-FD EAS 4 M-IG. 1. -IG (Si) . -IG (Si) SAS 4-IG. -IG (Si) SAS 2-IG.4002 1.Selection Tables GTAW Rods and GMAW Wires for Ferritic Chromium Steels A7-IG/A7CN-IG.4016 1. PW-FD SAS 2-FD.4120 1.4024 1.4003 1.4000 1.4059 1.4122 1. PW-FD EAS 4 M-FD.

4306 1.4436 1. -VD FOX CN 22/9 N.4435 1.4510 X2CrNiMoN18-14-3 X2CrNiMnMoNNb21-16-5-3 X5CrNi18-10 X4CrNi18-12 X2CrNi19-11 GX5CrNi19-10 X2CrNiN18-10 GX10CrNi18-8 X3CrNiMo13-4 G-X 4CrNi 13-4 X1CrNiSi18-15-4 X5CrNiMo17-12-2 X2CrNiMo17-12-2 X2CrNiMoN17-11-2 GX5CrNiMo13-4 GX5CrNiMo19-11-2 GX2CrNiMo19-11-2 X2CrNiMoN17-13-3 X2CrNiMo18-14-3 X3CrNiMo17-13-3 GX6CrNiMo18-12 X2CrNiMo18-15-4 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5 GX2CrNiMoN17-13-4 GX6CrNiMo17-13 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 GX7NiCrMoCuNb25-20 X4NiCrMoCuNb20-18-2 X5NiCrMoCuTi20-18 X3CrTi17 430 Ti S31803 316LN 317L S31600 S31600 S31703 316 316L 316L CAGNM S41500 304LN S20910 304 305 304L X X X X X X X X X X X X X (x) X X X (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X X (x) (x) (x) X X X X X X (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) S 31726 (x) (x) 3-24 FOX SKWA ASTM AISI UNS FOX EAS 2.3952 1.4506 1.2. -VD FOX CN 13/4.4361 1. -A. -A FOX NIBAS 625 FOX ASN 5.4406 1.4308 1.4312 1. -A FOX SAS 2.4437 1.4311 1.4313 1. material designation FOX SAS 4. -A.4317 1.4401 1.4404 1. -A (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) 1.3964 1.4408 1.4446 1.4439 1. -A FOX EAS 2 Si FOX NiCr 625 FOX AM 400 W-No.4448 1. (-Supra) FOX CN 20/25 M.4303 1. -B .4438 1.4462 1.4409 1.4505 1.Selection Guide 3.4301 1. -TS.4407 1.4429 1.5 Chemical Resistant Steels Stick Electrodes for Chemical Resistant Steels FOX EAS 4M.4500 1.

4552 1. -A X X X X 1.4577 1.4539 1.4550 1. (-Supra) FOX CN 20/25 M.4536 1.4571 1. -B .4512 1. -TS. FOX EAS 4M. -VD FOX CN 13/4.Selection Tables Stick Electrodes for Chemical Resistant Steels (continued). -A FOX SAS 2. -A FOX EAS 2 Si FOX NiCr 625 FOX AM 400 W-No. -A. -A.4529 1.4585 1.4558 1.4541 1.4531 1. -A FOX NIBAS 625 FOX ASN 5.4586 2.4511 1. material designation FOX SAS 4.4856 2. -VD FOX CN 22/9 N.4858 X3CrNb17 X2CrTi12 X1NiCrMoCuN25-20-7 GX2NiCrMoCuN20-18 GX2NiCrMoCuN25-20 X1NiCrMoCu25-20-5 X6CrNiTi18-10 X6CrNiNb18-10 GX5CrNiNb19-11 X2NiCrAlTi32-20 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2 X3CrNiMoTi25-25 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2 GX5CrNiMoNb19-11-2 X10CrNiMoNb18-12 GX7CrNiMoCuNb18-18 X5NiCrMoCuNb22-18 NiCr22Mo9Nb NiCr21Mo 430 Cb S40900 N08925 (x) X N08904 321 347 CF8C B407 316 Ti S31640 316 Cb 316 Cb (x) (x) N06625 N08825 X X (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X X (x) X (x) X X X 3-25 FOX SKWA ASTM AISI UNS FOX EAS 2.4583 1.4580 1.4581 1.

4361 1.4301 1.4512 1. E 317L PW-FD ASN 5-IG.4436 1.4510 1.4308 1.4409 1.4435 1.4506 1. -FD. -IG(Si).4306 1.4529 X2CrNiMoN18-14-3 X2CrNiMnMoNNb21-16-5-3 S20910 X5CrNi18-10 X4CrNi18-12 X2CrNi19-11 GX5CrNi19-10 X2CrNiN18-10 GX10CrNi18-8 X3CrNiMo13-4 X1CrNiSi18-15-4 X5CrNiMo17-12-2 X2CrNiMo17-12-2 X2CrNiMoN17-11-2 GX5CrNiMo13-4 GX5CrNiMo19-11-2 GX2CrNiMo19-11-2 X2CrNiMoN17-13-3 X2CrNiMo18-14-3 X3CrNiMo17-13-3 GX6CrNiMo18-12 X2CrNiMo18-15-4 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5 GX2CrNiMoN17-13-4 GX6CrNiMo17-13 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 GX7NiCrMoCuNb25-20 X4NiCrMoCuNb20-18-2 X5NiCrMoCuTi20-18 X3CrTi17 X3CrNb17 X2CrTi12 430 Ti 430 Cb S40900 S31803 316LN 317L S31600 S31600 S31703 S 31726 316 316L 316L CAGNM S41500 304LN 304 305 304L X X X X X X X X X X X X (x) X X X (x) (x) (x) (x) X X X X X (x) (x) (x) (x) X (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X X X (x) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X X X X (x) (x) (x) X X X X X X (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X1NiCrMoCuN25-20-7 N08925 3-26 SKWA-IG .4462 1.4311 1. -IG(Si) AM 400-IG ASTM AISI UNS NIBAS 625-IG.4439 1.4408 1. PW-FD SAS 4-IG. -IG(Si) EAS 4 M-FD. -IG(Si). -PW-FD EAS 4M-IG.4312 1.4448 1.3952 1.4446 1. -IG(Si) 1. GMAW Wires for Chemical Resistant Steels SAS 2-IG.4429 1.4500 1.4406 1. NiCr 625-IG CN 13/4-IG.4407 1. PW-FD CN 20/25M-IG.4313 1. -FD. PW-FD EAS 2-FD.4404 1. CN 13/4-MC CN 22/9 N-FD.4511 1.Selection Guide GTAW Rods. -IG(Si) EASN 2 Si-IG W-No.4438 1.4401 1.3964 1. CN 22/9N-IG material designation EAS 2-IG.4303 1.4505 1.4437 1. PW-FD E 317L-FD.

4858 GX2NiCrMoCuN20-18 GX2NiCrMoCuN25-20 X1NiCrMoCu25-20-5 X6CrNiTi18-10 X6CrNiNb18-10 GX5CrNiNb19-11 X2NiCrAlTi32-20 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2 X3CrNiMoTi25-25 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2 GX5CrNiMoNb19-11-2 X10CrNiMoNb18-12 GX7CrNiMoCuNb18-18 X5NiCrMoCuNb22-18 NiCr22Mo9Nb NiCr21Mo N06625 N08825 316 Cb N08904 321 347 CF8C B407 316 Ti S31640 316 Cb (x) X X (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X X X X X X (x) (x) X X X X X X 3-27 SKWA-IG . -IG(Si) EAS 2-IG. PW-FD X X X X 1. -IG(Si) SAS 2-IG. CN 13/4-MC CN 20/25M-IG. -IG(Si) EAS 2-FD.4541 1.4558 1. PW-FD EAS 4M-IG.4856 2. -FD.4539 1.4583 1.4580 1.4586 2. GMAW Wires for Chemical Resistant Steels (continued) CN 22/9N-IG. -IG(Si) NIBAS 625-IG EASN 2 Si-IG W-No. -IG(Si) EAS 4 M-FD.4552 1. PW-FD CN 13/4-IG.4571 1.4585 1. PW-FD SAS 2-FD.Selection Tables GTAW Rods.4536 1.4550 1.4531 1.4581 1.4577 1. PW-FD ASN 5-IG. NiCr 625-IG material designation SAS 4-IG. -IG(Si) AM 400-IG ASTM AISI UNS SAS 4-FD.

4438 1.4303 1.4313 1.4312 1.4408 1.4301 1.4306 1.4462 1.4446 1.4429 1.4439 1.4500 1.4406 1.3952 1.4407 1.4409 1.3964 1.4436 1.4311 1.4308 1.4404 1.Selection Guide Sub-arc Wire/Flux Combinations for Chemical Resistant Steels CN 20/25M-UP/BB 203 CN 22/9N-UP/BB 203 EAS 4M-UP/BB 202 CN 13/4-UP/BB 203 ASN 5-UP/BB 203 EAS 2-UP/BB 202 SAS 2-UP/BB 202 (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) W-No material designation ASTM AISI UNS 1.4505 1.4506 1.4435 1.4511 1.4437 1.4512 1.4510 1.4401 1.4529 X2CrNiMoN18-14-3 X2CrNiMnMoNNb21-16-5-3 X5CrNi18-10 X4CrNi18-12 X2CrNi19-11 GX5CrNi19-10 X2CrNiN18-10 GX10CrNi18-8 X3CrNiMo13-4 X5CrNiMo17-12-2 X2CrNiMo17-12-2 X2CrNiMoN17-11-2 GX5CrNiMo13-4 GX5CrNiMo19-11-2 GX2CrNiMo19-11-2 X2CrNiMoN17-13-3 X2CrNiMo18-14-3 X3CrNiMo17-13-3 GX6CrNiMo18-12 X2CrNiMo18-15-4 X2CrNiMoN17-13-5 GX2CrNiMoN17-13-4 GX6CrNiMo17-13 X2CrNiMoN22-5-3 GX7NiCrMoCuNb25-20 X4NiCrMoCuNb20-18-2 X5NiCrMoCuTi20-18 X3CrTi17 X3CrNb17 X2CrTi12 X1NiCrMoCuN25-20-7 430 Ti 430 Cb S40900 N08925 S31803 316LN 317L S31600 S31600 S31703 S 31726 S41500 316 316L 316L CAGNM 304LN S20910 304 305 304L (x) (x) X X X X X X X X X (x) X X X (x) (x) (x) (x) X X X X (x) (x) (x) (x) X X (x) (x) X X X X (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X (x) (x) (x) (x) 3-28 SAS 4-UP/BB 202 .4448 1.

4581 1.4539 1.4550 1. material designation ASTM AISI UNS 1.4577 1.4541 1.4531 1.4585 1.4571 1.4552 1.4583 1.Selection Tables Sub-arc Wire/Flux Combinations for Chemical Resistant Steels (continued) CN 20/25M-UP/BB 203 CN 22/9N-UP/BB 203 EAS 4M-UP/BB 202 CN 13/4-UP/BB 203 ASN 5-UP/BB 203 EAS 2-UP/BB 202 SAS 2-UP/BB 202 (x) (x) W-No.4580 1.4586 GX2NiCrMoCuN20-18 GX2NiCrMoCuN25-20 X1NiCrMoCu25-20-5 X6CrNiTi18-10 X6CrNiNb18-10 GX5CrNiNb19-11 X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2 X3CrNiMoTi25-25 X6CrNiMoNb17-12-2 GX5CrNiMoNb19-11-2 X10CrNiMoNb18-12 GX7CrNiMoCuNb18-18 X5NiCrMoCuNb22-18 316 Cb N08904 321 347 CF 8 C 316 Ti S31640 316 Cb (x) X X X X (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X X X X X 3-29 SAS 4-UP/BB 202 .4536 1.

-A FOX FF.4821 1. FOX E 308 H or FOX NIBAS 70/20 has to be used 1 3-30 FOX NiCr 70/15 FOX SAS 2. Gr.4712 1.4713 1.4841 1.4724 1.4876 1. 310 310 A 297.4825 1. -A ASTM AISI UNS FOX FA Service Temperature up to °C FOX NIBAS 70/15 FOX NiCr 70 NB .4861 1.4832 1.4762 1.4742 1.4865 1.2.4740 2 1. Gr.0569 330 330 B163 321 A 297. -A heat resistant steels 1. Gr.4864 1.4845 1.4710 2 1.Selection Guide 3.4729 2 1.4826 1.6 Heat Resistant Steels Stick Electrodes for Heat Resistant Steels FOX NIBAS 70/20 FOX FFB.4828 1.4878 1.47452 1.4822 2 1. HH 314. -A Material Group W-No (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X3 (x) X X (x) (x) (x) (x) X = same or similar alloyed filler metal (x) = dissimilar or higher alloyed filler metal (please check the service requirements) = austenitic weld deposit with higher ductility. application in sulphur-containing environment or similar-colour requirement demands the usage of similar alloyed welding consumables 2 = weldability of base material is limited 3 = in the case of service temperatures above 400°C FOX CN 18/11.4837 1. CF20 A 297. HF 309 446 327 430 405 850 850 800 850 900 950 1050 1050 1200 1100 1100 800 950 1050 1000 1150 1150 1050 1200 1100 1120 1150 800 - (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) X X X (x) X X (x) (x) X X X X (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 X3 (x) FOX A 7.

0569 330 330 B163 321 A 297. E 308 H-FD. -FD.4821 1. heat resistant steels 1. PW-FD SAS 2-IG.4865 1. application in sulphur-containing environment or similar-colour requirement demands the usage of similar alloyed welding consumables 2 = weldability of base material is limited 3 = in the case of service temperatures above 400°C CN 18/11-IG. E 308 H PW-FD or NIBAS 70/20IG has to be used 1 3-31 NIBAS 70/20-IG A7 CN-IG ASTM AISI UNS FFB-IG Service Temperature up to °C FA-IG FF-IG NIBAS 70/20-FD .4712 1.4828 1. HH 314. Gr.4826 1.4742 1.4713 1. ER 308 H-IG. 310 310 A 297.4745 2 1.4822 2 1.4729 2 1.4845 1.4762 1.4724 1. CF20 A 297.4864 1.4710 2 1.4832 1.4841 1.4878 1.4825 1. Gr. PW-FD SAS 2-FD. Gr.4740 2 1.Selection Tables GTAW Rods and GMAW Wires for Heat Resistant Steels A 7-IG.4837 1. -IG (SI) Material Group W-No.4876 1.4861 1. HF 309 446 327 430 405 850 850 800 850 900 950 1050 1050 1200 1100 1100 800 950 1050 1000 1150 1150 1050 1200 1100 1120 1150 800 - (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) (x)1 (x) X X X (x) X (x) X (x)1 X (x) X X X (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 (x)1 X3 X3 (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) X3 X3 (x) (x) X X X = same or similar alloyed filler metal (x) = dissimilar or higher alloyed filler metal (please check the service requirements) = austenitic weld deposit with higher ductility.

Notes 3-32 .

.3.34 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 MANUAL METAL ARC WELDING WITH COVERED ELECTRODES . . . . . . . . . . . .3.4 GAS SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING WITH FLUX-CORED WIRES . . . . . This section therefore attempts to characterise briefly the various welding procedures pointing out the most important advantages and disadvantages.3. . . .43 3-33 . . . . . .3. . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . .Selection Tables 3. .3 GAS SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING (MIG/MAG-PROCESS) . Content 3. .5 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SUBMERGED ARC WELDING USING SOLID WIRES .3. . . . Process-based Selection of Consumables Overview The choice of welding process is a significant point in the construction of an economic weld. . . . .2 GAS SHIELDED TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (TIG-PROCESS) . . . .37 3.36 3. .41 3. . . .

1 Manual Metal Arc Welding with Covered Electrodes In manual metal arc welding using coated stick electrodes. thereby protecting the metal droplets transferred and the weld metal in turn against contact with atmospheric oxygen. basic and cellulose coated stick electrodes as well as mixtures of these. Other advantages are: • Extremely low hydrogen content (< 5 ml/100 g) • Suitable for all wall thicknesses • Also suitable for welding high-carbon steels (C > 0.2 %) Basic-coated stick electrode (B) Basic-coated stick electrodes stand out for their excellent ductility properties above all in the low-temperature range. Rutile-coated stick electrode (R) This type of coating is the one most commonly used in practice. The reason for this is found in a series of advantages such as: • Easier handling for the welder • May be welded with direct and alternating current • Good starting and re-starting properties • Suitable for all welding positions – depending on the type and thickness of coating • Good slag removal properties • Not susceptible to moisture (only applies however to non-alloy and low-alloy types) The disadvantages of rutile-coated stick electrodes are: • Not suitable for thick-walled components (above 20-25 mm) • Low notch toughness at temperatures below zero • Higher hydrogen contents (20 ml/100 g weld metal) • Not suitable for high-carbon steels (C < 0.Selection Guide 3. the coating assumes the function of a protective gas shield on one hand and of forming a slag on the other. In practical use there are three significant types of coating: rutile. increasing the metal recovery. Disadvantages are: • Slightly more difficult handling for the welder • In part only weldable with direct current • Less favourable slag removal properties and rougher weld surface • Certain amount of susceptibility to moisture absorption 3-34 .2 %). offsetting burn-off and ensuring good flow behaviour. Further functions of the coating are de-oxidation of the weld metal.3.

The mechanical property values are comparable with those of the basic-coated stick electrodes. RB) In addition to these three important basic types there is a large number of so-called “mixed types” such as RC or RB coatings. therefore attention must be paid to good weldability of the parent metals and the welding technology must be suitably matched (pre-heating). However. Coated stick electrodes are universally suitable in practically all materials with good weldability. This ensures pore-free welds and reliable root fusion even at high welding speeds and larger electrode diameters. The cost of equipment is relatively small although the economic profitability of this procedure is deemed poor due to the low deposition rate. The aim of these is to combine as many positive characteristics as possible in one stick electrode. 3-35 .Process-based Selection of Consumables Cellulose-coated stick electrode (C) This type of coating was specially developed for vertical-down welding of large pipes. due to the organic constituents in the coating the hydrogen content of the weld metal is considerably higher (50 ml/100 g). An arc with high stability and intensity is generated due to the large proportion of cellulose in the coating. Mixed types (RC.

It protects the highly heated tungsten electrode against oxidation by atmospheric oxygen. At the same time the liquid weld pool and the filler wire burning off are also shielded from the ambient air.400 The scope of application stretches from the welding of thin sheet metal in non-alloy to highalloy qualities and to high-grade root welding in thicker plates and tubes in the materials referred to previously.220 80 . Rods approximately 1 m in length are used as filler metals for manual welding and wires coiled onto rolls are used for mechanised TIG welding.0 25 50 80 120 150 170 110 160 220 300 thorium-coated electrodes max.0 1. In this case the shielding gas fulfils several functions. C-Mn steels as well as low-alloy and high-alloy steels are welded almost exclusively with direct current and the negative pole on the electrode. helium or argon and helium mixtures with a minimum purity of 99.150 50 . 3-36 .2 Gas Shielded Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG-Process) In TIG welding an arc burning under the protection of an inert gas is used as the heat source.6 2. During TIG welding the filler metal is introduced into the arc laterally at zero current. The shielding gas consists of argon.Selection Guide 3.4 3.3.2 4. From the following table it is possible to determine how high the load on the tungsten electrodes can be depending on diameter: diameter of rod ø [mm] amperage (direct current polarity negative) [A] pure-tungsten electrode 1.95 %.320 120 . 80 15 . Pure tungsten rods or tungsten rods alloyed with cerium or thorium are used as the electrode. cools it down and enables the formation of a stable arc.

Shielding gases of argon with the addition of oxygen. is fed mechanically by a roller and serves as the electrode. The transfer of metal in the arc also becomes finer.2 deposition rate [kg/h] 2.8 3.Process-based Selection of Consumables 3. droplet transfer is higher and the arc less steady.8 1. helium with the addition of oxygen.5 12. The current intensity should be set 10 – 15 % lower in the case of austenitic wire electrodes. Mixed gases generally give rise to a finer droplet transfer and as a result improved stabilisation of the arc plus reduced spatter.8. 2.4 2. The following table contains reference values for current intensities.0 13. It is imperative that the welding area is free from draughts.2 amperage [A] 140 170 220 260 340 400 190 260 320 390 490 580 voltage [V] 22 23 25 26 30 34 26 27 30 34 36 38 wire feed [m/min] 4. The addition of oxygen to the shielding gases reduces the surface tension of the weld pool and leads to the formation of a flatter weld surface with good transitions to the weld edges.2 15. Only direct current converters or rectifiers come into question as power sources with the positive pole mainly on the electrode.5 2.2 4. carbon dioxide (CO2) or mixtures of the gases mentioned are used in the MAG process. diameter of wire [mm] 0.6 mm Æ and also to some extent with 0.0 16.0 2. Welding is termed spray-arc and short-arc depending on the intensity of the arc voltage.0 1. It is also possible to reduce spatter by observing the lower limit values for the arc voltage.4 mm Æ.5 1. The wire.6 6.4 3.0 10.3.5 3.0 12.5 2.7 4.0 4.2 3. helium or mixtures of these gases are used as shielding gases in the MIG process.3 Gas Shielded Metal Arc Welding (MIG/MAG-Process) The MIG/MAG process is a mechanised gas-shielded weld in which a metal arc burns under shielding gas between the wire electrode carrying the current and the workpiece.2 8. Average values are selected for manual welding whilst the higher values are used for mechanised welding.0 and 2. wire feed and deposit efficiency using different wire diameters for carbon and low-alloy steels. The shielding gas promotes the creation of a stable arc and protects the molten weld pool from coming into contact with the atmospheric air.0 3.1 2. The main area of application is for normal joint welds in workpieces over 4 mm thick and in the field of weld surfacing. Argon.0 8.0 and 1. Spray-arc Welding Welds using the spray arc are primarily fabricated with wires between 1. which melts off in its own arc. Although welding with the negative pole increases the metal deposition efficiency.6 2. The smaller wire diameters provide cost-effective benefits in spite of the higher wire price since the deposition efficiency increases noticeably at the same current intensity and arc voltage due to the wire electrode’s higher specific current load (up to 300 A/mm2).2 1. Excessive alloying of the wire electrodes equalises the burn-off of the alloying elements which occurs. At high welding speeds and rapid oscillation care must be taken to ensure complete shielding of the molten weld pool by using appropriate quantities of shielding gas and nozzle shapes.5 3-37 .

4 2. The welding current has a pulse-shaped curve during where the following processes take place during welding: • The arc burns at a low background current intensity and melts the wire electrode and the parent metal. the burn-off losses and penetration are reduced considerably.9 2.0 mm Æ and also to some extent with 1. This process is also used for root welding of larger wall thicknesses and for out-of-position welding due to the excellent gap bridging ability and the smooth formation of the back of the weld.0 1. diameter of wire [mm] 0. the arc burns until the next pulse of current. The droplets are bigger than in the spray-arc. The resistance to pores and the certainty of penetration increases as the proportion of carbon dioxide in the shielding gas rises.4 Long-arc Welding Droplet transfers where free transfers are mixed with short-circuit transfers are termed long-arc. As a result of the considerably colder weld pool it is possible to fabricate perfect welds on thin metal sheets above 0.0 17. voltage. Short-arc Welding Short-arc welding is performed preferably using wires between 0.2 and 1. In the upper operating range the long arc’s scope of application is comparable with the spray arc. • An increased pulse current overlays the background current and detaches one or several droplets which transfer to the weld pool without short-circuit.4 14. low-spatter droplet detachment from the wire electrode. The long-arc’s area of application is basically restricted to the welding of non-alloy and lowalloy steels. This is an advantage for surfacing.8 1. •The number of droplets can be controlled selectively using the pulse frequency.1 1. This process requires the use of appropriate power sources with adjustable open-circuit voltage and also to some extent with adjustable characteristic curve. This is achieved even with low arc wattages that otherwise lead to short arcs (sometimes long arcs) and thus to short-circuiting with spatter formation. Depending on the wire diameter the arc voltage lies between14 and 22 Volt at current intensities of 60 to 220 A. In many cases it can also be used for out-of-position welds in the lower to middle operating range.6 2.7 0. The deposition rate is increased by up to 80 %.2 1. •The current intensity drops back to background current intensity.9 2. Above all vertical-down welds could be securely welded using the CO2 arc.6 mm or ∆ 2. Pulsed-arc Welding With the pulsed arc it is possible to achieve a short-circuit-free.6 mm Æ. A long-arc occurs when welding with carbon dioxide or argon mixtures with over 20 % carbon dioxide.Selection Guide One extension of the application when welding using spray arc is welding with the addition of currentless cold wire.9 2.8 15. wire feed and deposition efficiency for the short-arc process. The following table contains reference values for current intensities. Higher spatter losses may occur since the droplet transfers take place partly under short-circuit.9 1.7 13.9 2. 3-38 .8 mm thick.5 deposition rate [kg/h] 0.4 mm is fed into the arc from the side.8 – 1.6 amperage [A] 60 70 100 150 130 160 180 210 voltage [V] 15 16 17 19 17 19 20 22 wire feed [m/min] 2. A second currentless wire ∆ 1. This procedure has also established itself for filling large weld cross-sections.1 1.

The high weld quality. T. it is possible to create the best possible setting parameters for spatter-free droplet transfer by altering the pulse frequency. thinner (above 2 mm) or thicker plates. The most significant advantages of T. a matched set of equipment and a solid input of know-how.0 %. creators of a steady column of plasma.Process-based Selection of Consumables The pulsed arc technique enables the use of thicker and thus more easily fed wire electrodes. O2 0. By comparison with mixed gases and carbon dioxide. Feasibility studies show that this process offers financial advantages above all in fully-automated welds.). Process The Transferred Ionised Molten Energy process is understood to be a MAG welding procedure consisting essentially of a 4-constituent shielding gas. process has a typical composition He 26. process. filler or cover pass weld. Depending on the application.8 to 1.M. etc. 3-39 . out-of-position welding.E. The particular advantages of the pulsed arc become apparent with aluminium. It is also particularly suitable for welding high-tensile.M. reduction of the surface tension. A detailed time study may also render its application desirable for manual welding. The solid wire electrodes BÖHLER EMK 6-T and BÖHLER EMK 8-T in Böhler Welding’s range have been matched specifically to the T.I.5 % and Ar as the remainder.E.M. fine-grain constructional steels or cryogenic steels due to selective heat input. good even penetration and extensive absence of spatter satisfy the requirements placed on high-quality welds. such as hightemperature steels in boiler and pipeline construction.E.E. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is used primarily for the welding of non-alloy constructional steels and for anti-wear surfacing. the alloy losses during arc transfer are lower and the droplet transfer is very fine and virtually spatter-free. Argon with the addition of 1-5 % oxygen or 2-3 % fractions of CO2 is employed above all in the welding of high-alloy ferritic and austenitic filler metals. nickel and corrosion-resistant chrome or chrome-nickel (molybdenum) steels. Shielding gases The choice of shielding gases is determined by the alloy make-up of the materials to be welded and the demands made in respect of weld quality and absence of spatter.M.I. This process uses an inverter type of power source which enables very accurate setting of the welding parameters and universal application even for other processes. Argon-rich gas mixtures with no more than 18 % carbon dioxide are suitable as shielding gases.5 %. Mixed gases are favoured for use in the welding of non-alloy and low-alloy steels.I.2 mm Æ Higher deposition efficiencies due to higher wire feed speeds Improved mechanical property values due to lower oxidation Favourable penetration Good weld appearance Very good positional welding capability Low tendency to notch formation with good wetting of the weld edges The shielding gas used for the T.I. process are: • • • • • • • • Further development of the MAG procedure Solid wire electrodes 0. CO2 8. root. This combination of gases utilises the special properties of the individual gases (thermal conductivity in the arc.

plasma cutting. 2) 2) 2) 2) >0-5 slightly oxidising M2 bal.Selection Guide Classification of Shielding Gases according EN 439 short designation1) no. plasma cutting. bal. C F 1) >0-30 >0-50 100 bal. root formation MIG. 2) bal. bal.2) 100 bal. WIG. bal. 100 >0-95 slowreaction N2 typical applications remarks H2 >0-15 >15-35 WIG. Argon can be replaced by Helium up to 95 %. plasma welding. bal. 2) bal. 2) bal. plasma welding. oxidising CO2 R 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 >0-5 >0-5 >0-5 >5-25 >0-5 >5-25 >3-10 >3-10 >0-8 >10-15 >8-15 >0-3 >0-3 O2 components in vol-% deoxidising He 2) group inert Ar bal. root formation strong oxidising slow reaction de-oxidising 2) if components are added which are not listed in this table the shielding gas has to be classified as special gas using the leading character "S". 2) MAG M3 >25-50 >5-50 100 bal. 2) bal. root formation de-oxidising I inert M1 bal. 2) bal. 3-40 . 2) bal.

In addition the quantity of flux and the cross-sectional area of the fluxcored tube are largely responsible for the level of deposition efficiency as well as currentcarrying capacity and in turn productivity. As is the case for the coating of stick electrodes. slag-promoting flux-cored wires there are also considerable pickling savings since the weld surfaces are only slightly oxidised. • With high-alloy.2 mm) for welding position vertical up mild steels flat and horizontal position (PA. positional welding capability plus mechanical property values are greatly influenced by the powder core when using flux-cored wires.g. • Greater fabrication safety. for heavier walled best mechanical property values-mild steels for all welding positions. Although solid wire electrodes always display a similar metal deposition efficiency depending on the welding parameters selected. for heavier walled or all welding positions. 3-41 . grade P265GH basic slag system basisches basic slag system DMO Ti-FD (0. large tolerance range of possible welding parameters in the low-spatter spray arc. for heavier walled components best mechanical property values high temperature steels.5 % Mo) type of filling rutile slag system metal powder without slag metal powder without slag recommended fields of application out-of-position welding up to an apmerage of 240 A (Ø 1. Advantages of MAG welding with flux-cored wire compared with MAG solid wire: • Higher deposit efficiency due to higher current density.g. e.3.5 % Mo) rutile slag system Additional products for production welds in high-temperature cast steel or for high-tensile welds are available on request. slag formation and stabilisation of the arc. the welding characteristics and deposition efficiency. fillet welds mechanised welding mild steels for all welding positions. grade P265GH for all welding positions high temperature steels. The risk of lack-of-fusion defects is appreciably lower due to the flux-cored wire’s broader arc and the improved penetration profile. Fields of Application for Non and Low Alloy BÖHLER Flux Cored Wires Böhler product Ti 52-FD Ti 52 W-FD (mild steel) HL 51-FD (mild steel) HL 53-FD (0. • Easier handling. e. • Better accessibility with reduced weld preparation angle due to longer wire stickout of 15 to 25 mm. PB).Process-based Selection of Consumables 3. • Smooth welds.9 % Ni) Kb 52-FD (0. easier parameter setting.8 % Ni) DMO Kb-FD (0. With regard to this BÖHLER flux-cored electrodes exhibit particularly beneficial efficiency parameters for the user. In addition it is also possible to make use of the advantages gained due to the ability to use higher welding speeds by inputting less heat input resulting in less distortion. good wetting of weld edges plus lowest possible spatter formation lead to a very low post-weld machining time. the core controls de-oxidation.4 Gas Shielded Metal Arc Welding with flux-cored Wires The principle of the process is basically comparable with gas-shielded welding using solid wire electrodes.

Suitable shielding gases are argon + 15-25 % CO2 (15-18 l/min). claddings with Mo BÖHLER E 317L-FD BÖHLER E 317 L PW-FD CrNiMo-steels with 3-4 % Mo.g. AISI 304. 1. 1. 1.4308. e.Selection Guide Fields of Application for High Alloy BÖHLER Flux Cored Wires for flat / horizontal welding positions BÖHLER E 308 H-FD BÖHLER EAS 2-FD for out-of-position welding BÖHLER E 308 H PW-FD BÖHLER EAS 2 PW-FD recommended fields of application CrNi-steels. Torch manipulation for slag-promoting wires is trailing. 1.g. Care must also be taken in comparison to solid wires when setting higher wire feed speeds. 1. 321H.4438.25 mm.4580. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. Water-cooled torches and wire feed units with 4 smooth drive rollers are advisable for effective utilisation of the deposit efficiency advantages. The wire stickout for spray arc is 15 . 1. Metal powder wires may be keyhole welded like solid wires.4306. e. repair and maintenance BÖHLER SAS 2-FD BÖHLER SAS 2 PW-FD BÖHLER EAS 4 M-FD BÖHLER EAS 4 PW-FD BÖHLER SAS 4-FD BÖHLER CN 22/9 N-FD BÖHLER A7-FD BÖHLER CN 23/12-FD BÖHLER SAS 4 PW-FD BÖHLER CN 22/9 PW-FD BÖHLER A 7 PW-FD BÖHLER CN 23/12 PW-FD dissimilar welds.4552 CrNiMo-steels. 1.g. e. e.4571 CrNiMo(Nb)-steels. 1. 1. e.4550. 1. 1. 347H CrNi-steels. claddings without Mo BÖHLER CN 23/12 Mo-FD BÖHLER CN 23/12 Mo PW-FD dissimilar welds. e.4948.4581. 1.4401. 321. Welding is performed with direct current positive pole.4550 CrNi(Nb)-steels.4583 Duplex-steels.g. 1.4435.4541. 1. 304H. The basic flux-cored wires and BÖHLER HL 53-FD are the only ones designed for negative pole. 1.4878.4301.4462.g.4362 for fabrication.4541.4571. 3-42 . Böhler Ti 52-FD may also be welded well using 100 % CO2. 317L Practical Tips for Welding Flux-cored Wires The constant-voltage power source should be adequately dimensioned.4546. 1.g.

but very limited metallurgical reaction. as aluminate-rutile types (AR). According to the predominant main constituents they may be termed: as manganese silicate types (MS). neutral and basic according to the degree of basicity. surface tension. code letter F (fused). not susceptible to moisture. Manufactured by agglomeration and subsequent drying in the rotary kiln. MgO. Each type of flux has different specific properties that must be taken into consideration when selecting them for practical use. as calcium silicate types (CS). BÖHLER BB 24.g. TiO2. CaO and MgO and as fluoride-basic (FB) with the main constituents CaO. predominantly Al 2 O 3 . homogeneous. 3-43 . There is also a significant effect on the chemical composition of the weld metal and in turn on its mechanical property values resulting from the metallurgical reaction of the welding flux. It has a significant effect on weld appearance and slag detachability as a result of the melting characteristics and various physical properties such as viscosity. Depending on the type of manufacture it is possible to differentiate between: Fused flux. The degree of basicity is calculated from Basic constituents (CaO. MnO and CaF 2 .2 it is a neutral welding flux. thermal expansion and electrical conductivity.5 Recommendations for Submerged Arc Welding using Solid Wires Submerged-arc welding requires a metallic filler metal (wire) and a non-metallic consumable. e.3. very good metallurgical reaction. low apparent density. e. the welding flux. good slag detachabi lity. with a value between 1 and 1. high apparent density and poorer slag detachability. The welding fluxes are divided into acid. possibility of addition by alloying but susceptible to moisture and abrasion. code letter A (agglomerated).g. predominantly MnO and SiO 2 . Agglomerated flux. predominantly Al 2 O 3 and TiO 2 . MgO. BÖHLER BF 16. abrasion-proof. and above 2 a highly-basic welding flux. as aluminate-basic (AB). predominantly CaO. CaF2. MnO) B= Acid constituents (SiO2. MgO and SiO 2 . density.Process-based Selection of Consumables 3. ZrO2) If B is less than 1 one speaks of an acid welding flux (acid constituents predominate). above this a basic welding flux. The welding flux has a very large effect on the welding result. Manufactured by melting in the arc kiln.

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.4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The whole welding technology. . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . .56 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . .4. . . . .16 AUSTENITIC CR-NI(-MO)-STEELS .1 WELDABILITY OF STEELS . . .49 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 COATED PLATES . . . . . . . . . . .8 CRYOGENIC STEELS . . . . . . .10 LOW-ALLOYED TEMPERED STEELS . . . . . . .47 3. .2 MILD STEELS . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 STAINLESS STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . .4. . . .58 3. . . Since a detailed treatment of this topic would take up a whole book. . . . . . . .4 REINFORCING STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . .11 COMPRESSED HYDROGEN-RESISTANT STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 3. .17 FERRITE DETERMINATION IN WELD DEPOSIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67 3. . . . .75 3. . . . .4. . . . .6 WELDING OF PIPELINES . . . . . This section attempts to discuss the most important welding-engineering aspects of different types of material groups in brief individual chapters. . . .13 MARTENSITIC CHROMIUM STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . .Material based Selection of Consumables 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73 3. .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 WELDING OF DISSIMILAR JOINTS . . . . .7 HIGH-STRENGTH FINE-GRAIN CONSTRUCTIONAL STEELS . .50 3. . . .46 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . u Content 3. .4. . . . . .65 3. . . . . . . pre-heating and any post-weld heat treatments correspond with this. . . . . . . . .14 FERRITIC CHROMIUM STEELS . . . . . . . . . . .60 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 3.5 CASE-HARDENING AND NITRIDING STEELS . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 HIGH-TEMPERATURE STEELS . .66 3. The last chapter of this section deals with the much more complex problems surrounding mixed-metal joints. . . . . .69 3. .4. . .18 HEAT RESISTANT STEELS . . . . . . .15 SOFT-MARTENSITIC CHROMIUM NICKEL STEELS .4. . .4. . . . .80 3. . . . .81 3-45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . this chapter only contains brief references as to how various combinations of typical groups of materials should be dealt with. . . . . . . . . . . . . . As far as possible a broad outline of the required welding technology is provided. . . . . . . .4. . . . Material based Selection of Consumables u Overview The most important problem in selecting filler metals is correctly assessing the metallurgical behaviour of the metals to be welded.52 3. . . . . . . . .

Selection Guide 3. Stainless steels containing chrome and those containing both chrome and nickel as characteristic alloying elements represent a significant section of these steels. 0.22 % without problems. heat treatment). the corrosion resistance.2 and 0. Their inclination towards the formation of martensite leads to greater stresses inside the component on cooling of the weld. weldability of non-alloy steels will usually be classified according to carbon content. Consequently it is necessary to observe certain basic rules when welding stainless steels. hot crack resistance and ductility of these steels may deteriorate if fabricated unprofessionally. during and after welding in order to achieve welds with the properties required. particularly those susceptible to stresses and/or a tendency to hardening. with higher carbon contents it is necessary to preheat the parent metal or care must be taken to ensure correct control of heat in the welded sections so as to reduce the cooling rate during austenite transformation. it is not only carbon that determines the weldability of non-alloy steels. However. silicon and vanadium. Localised increases in hardness may occur inside these heat-affected zones as a consequence of rapid cooling. as well as manganese. Where steels with limited weldability are concerned. it is still possible in many cases to fabricate perfect welds by using an appropriate welding procedure (control of temperature. However. There is a high risk of hardness cracks in transition zones. Areas of the parent metal in the weld transition zones will be austenitised as a result of the heat generated during welding. nitrogen and oxygen and the presence of segregations. By contrast the austenitic chromium-nickel (molybdenum) steels are classified as having good weldability. It is possible to improve the strength and ductility of high-tensile low-alloy steels by quenching and tempering. Areas of pronounced softening may appear in the case of steels with limited resistance to tempering. Problems during welding may also arise due to higher contents of hydrogen. 3-46 . Chromium steels are mainly divided into two grades with a ferritic or martensitic microstructure which exhibits limited weldability. The critical cooling rate is low and therefore it is possible for a hard microstructure to occur even on cooling in ambient air thus unfavourably changing the ductility of the weld. Important alloying elements are chrome. As a rule the carbon content lies between 0.4. Weldability of Mild Steels With regard to the content of phosphorus and sulphur.1 Weldability of Steels On one hand the weldability of steels depends essentially on their tendency to hardening and the formation of brittle microstructures in the transition zones of welds as well as on their ability to absorb stresses on the other. The chemical composition with regard to the type and quantity of alloying constituents and the microstructure has a significant effect. Weldability of Alloy Steels Low-alloy Steels Low-alloy steels often require proper control of heat prior to. The wall thickness also plays an important role. The reason for this is the tendency towards grain growth in ferritic chrome steels and a tendency towards hardness increase in the heat-affected zones of chromebased martensitic steels.6 %. nickel and molybdenum. The total alloy content does not usually exceed 5 %. High-alloy Steels High-alloy steels contain over 5 % of alloying elements. Therefore as a rule it is possible to weld non-alloy steels with carbon contents up to approx.

the fabrication process for which is left up to the manufacturer where the chemical composition is not defined at all. The yield strength ranges lie between 185 and 355 N/mm2 (~27 and 51 ksi) for steels classified "S" and between 295 and 360 N/mm2 (~43 and 52 ksi) for steels classified "E".300 °F) and basic-type filler metals must be used. u Steels with “guaranteed weldability“ and wall thicknesses exceeding 30 mm (13/16“) or 20 mm (3/4“) must be preheated to 100 . The ability to specify a specific maximum value of carbon equivalent (CET) on purchase orders may be considered an advantage from the weldability point of view. Typical wall thicknesses for good weldability are: 3-47 . by calculation of the carbon equivalent.Material based Selection of Consumables 3. Therefore even steels with guaranteed weldability require preheating above certain wall thicknesses.4. However. this applies only to steel grades "S 235" to "S 355". u For rimmed steels avoid melting of segregation zones as far as possible and use basic filler metals as well. E . EMS2/BF16. Filler metals The following section lists examples of suitable filler metals. u Steels with “limited weldability“ must be preheated in accordance with the carbon equiva lent. or 2. only rebaked basic filler metals are to be used. FOX EV 50.Steels for general steel construction. FOX ETI. Therefore steels with no guarantee of weldability must be treated specifically in order to avoid unacceptably high hardness. EMK6. ageing and embrittlement. Part 1 (Classification of Steels) the code letter 1. These stresses then lead to cold deformation. All other steels of this standard exhibit limited qualifications for welding.. Welding of Mild Steels The weldability of steels diminishes as the carbon content rises due to the increase in hardness. According to the regulations of EN 10027. base material (example) S235J2G3 to S355J2G3 BÖHLER-product FOX OHV. Welding Technology for Mild Steels u Filler metals must be selected with respect to the minimum requirements for the mechani cal properties of the parent metals.150 °C (210 . The ability to predict the tendency towards hardening. As a rule of thumb it may be said that hardness increase in the transition zone should not exceed 350 Vickers units for non-alloy constructional steels and 400 Vickers units for alloy constructional steels. reference must be made to the fact that as the thickness of the component increases three-dimensional stresses caused by localised heating and cooling may reach the yield strength or may even exceed it when superimposed with operating loads. S . is well known.g. e.2 Mild Steels These steels which conform to EN 10025 (DIN 17100) are determined by components which will be utilised essentially at ambient temperatures. Steel grades such as these must be classified primarily as possessing "limited weldability". HL 51-FD Dependency of Welding Procedure on Material Thickness In addition.Machine-construction Steels is set in front of the abbreviated designation followed by a number which refers to the minimum yield strength in N/mm2 given the lowest thickness manufactured. etc.

These steels show a pure and ductile shell zone ("bacon rind") which causes no problems during welding but contains a core rich in segregation with poor weldability. The suitability of free-cutting steels for welding is very limited indeed. The microstructure of free-cutting steels differs from that of other steels only due to the sulphidic inclusions introduced on purpose. Particular attention must be paid to poor penetration and stress-free welding. phosphorus. Free-cutting steels containing lead should not be welded due to the health hazards caused by leaded welding fume. sulphur. Free-cutting Steels Free-cutting steels are characterised by good machinability and good chip brittleness that are essentially achieved by means of higher sulphur contents coupled in part with lead and other elements. such as increased tendency towards hardening. The primary rule for welding rimmed steels is therefore not to fuse segregated zones if possible. Rimmed steels with segregation will be welded in practice using basic-coated electrodes or using a combination of rutile and basic-coated electrodes (basic coated electrodes for the segregated zone. Welding of Free-cutting Steels Similar considerations to those for the welding of unkilled steels apply to the welding of low-carbon free-cutting steels and consequently welding is possible to a limited extent.Selection Guide tensile strength [N/mm ] up to 360 > 360 . tendency to hot cracking and embrittlement by ageing. The core often exhibits significantly higher contents of carbon. On the other hand the welding of higher-carbon steels must be considered difficult. 3-48 .540 2 thickness limit [mm] 30 20 Larger wall thicknesses call for preheating to 100 . rutile type electrodes for root and cap layer). oxygen and manganese than the shell zone due to liquefaction phenomena on solidification (segregation in the ingot). risk of brittle fracture.150 °C (210 . Given these facts the segregated zone exhibits lower ductility and poor weldability compared with the pure shell zone.300 °F) in all cases. They allow high edge lives of the cutting tools at high cutting speeds during cutting on automatic high-speed machines and as a result produce finished parts with a very clean smooth surface. In this case the tendency towards hot cracking is extremely high due to the higher contents of carbon and sulphur. which is a point that should be taken into account at the design stage. Weldability of Rimmed Steels According to EN 10025 and DIN 17100 respectively rimmed steels may also be welded. One is confronted with a number of negative influences in respect of the segregated zone.

When welding galvanized plates and sheet metal there is intense generation of fume depending on the type of electrode used due to the evaporation of zinc. These will not affect the mechanical properties. which to some extent is carried out immediately after descaling (prefabrication priming) on hot-rolled products for economic reasons. Inert-gas welding using CO2 as the shielding gas often leads to problems.3 Coated Plates Coating with Anti-corrosive Paints Structures made of non-alloy steels may undergo substantial reductions in cross-section as a result of rusting. Wires with increased silicon content and fluxes with high MnO contents should be used for submerged-arc welding. Medium-thick rutile-coated electrodes. For double fillet welds with wall thicknesses above 10 mm (3/8”) on all-round galvanized sheet metal it is necessary to maintain a gap of at least 1 mm (3/64”) between the flange and web to avoid zincinduced cracking. 3-49 . Galvanised Plates Hot galvanizing offers very effective protection of the steel surface against corrosive media. This brings to light the problems associated with the weldability of plates coated with such paints. Butt welds are less prone to porosity than fillet welds. such as the FOX MSU type. it is not always possible to guarantee this when using basic coated types. Material loss such as this may be counteracted by painting with effective anti-corrosion paint. Whilst rutile coated electrodes such as BÖHLER FOX OHV will generally deposit welds free of porosity. Iron oxide-rich paints are readily weldable with regard to the TLV (threshold limit values in the workshop environment) and are not susceptible to porosity whereas zinc dust-rich paints may cause problems with the TLV as well as porosity. Iron oxide-rich paints are most commonly used. may be used.4.Material based Selection of Consumables 3. this can be improved by adding a few percent of oxygen to the shielding gas.

grease. This means that a fracture in the structure is highly likely after applying only a relatively low load if a structure made purely of concrete is loaded for bend. 2. flat wires shaped wires ribbed wires. Welding Technology u The steel surface in the area of the weld must be cleaned of dirt. FOX OHV. Suitability for electric arc welding using coated stick electrodes or the gas-shielded arc process is considered to have been demonstrated if the base metal ultimate strength is achieved in the tensile test and it is possible to bend butt welds around a required mandrel. The reinforcing steels. EMK 6 FOX EV 50. 3. FOX MSU. Filler Metals The following overview shows suitable Böhler filler metals: Reinforcing Steel grade DIN EN BSt 420 S B420N BSt 500 S B500H BSt 500 N B500N BÖHLER-product FOX SPE. possesses high compressive strength but only low tensile strength. FOX OHV. are subdivided into the following types: Rods of 1. rust.Selection Guide 3. u The weld area must exhibit a temperature of at least +5 °C and must be protected against cooling down too quickly after welding to reduce the risk of hardness increase in the transition zone. The various types of reinforcing steels differ from each other either due to their external form (varying surface shape) or processed form (e. and there must be adequate access to the welding area. Welds may be classified according to their intended use or the welding process employed. EMK 6 3-50 . 4. 6. etc. Welding of Reinforcing Steels All steels of the DIN 488 or EN 10080 referred to are suitable for resistance flash-butt welding and oxyacetylene pressure welding. Steel rods are inserted in the concrete to increase the tensile strength of this construction material producing a composite structure which utilises both the excellent compressive strength of the concrete and the high tensile strength of the steel.4 Reinforcing Steels Concrete.g. The principal distinction is between load-bearing and non-load-bearing welds. also known as armouring. EMK 6 FOX SPE. as welded wire meshes) or both. 7. hot-rolled round steel hot-rolled ribbed steel hot-rolled and then cold-twisted ribbed steel cold-formed ribbed steel as well as welded reinforcing meshes of 5.4. the traditional material used for building. FOX MSU.

Material based Selection of Consumables Pre-stressed Reinforcing Steels A high offset yield stress and apparent yield point plus high tensile strength are required of pre-stressed reinforcing steels to ensure there is little or no decrease in the pre-stressing of the concrete.9 % C or steel similar to spring steel is used as a suitable material.6 to 0. 3-51 . Non-alloy C-Mn steel with 0. Welding of pre-stressed reinforcing steels is not permitted.

Welding of Case-hardened and Nitriding Steels For welds in the surface area of case-hardened or nitrided parts it is first necessary to remove a sufficiently large area of the carburised or nitrided layer by grinding. However. i.5 mm) are very hard even without quenching (approx. Chromium-containing steels that are alloyed with aluminium for increased special nitride formation are primarily considered as materials.e.05 to 0. The preheat temperature must be matched to the steel’s hardenability. Filler metals similar in alloy composition to the parent metal must be used if the welds are also intended to be nitridable. liquid or gaseous media is performed at temperatures between 850 . To some extent they also exhibit molybdenum and nickel. Nitriding steels are steels that are particularly suitable for nitration due to the nitride formers contained within them. The carburised layer assumes a content of 0. Basic electrodes are to be preferred. but where the transition and the low-lying core should have good ductility and high notch impact strength with improved strength. 750 to 900 HV) and wear-resistant. Case hardening is used where the aim is to achieve a hard surface resistant to wear and fatigue (higher fatigue strength).930 °C following forming and machining after which hardening takes place. 3-52 .5 Case-hardening and Nitriding Steels Case hardening is understood to be hardening following prior carburisation of the skin of a workpiece. it seems advisable to weld prior to case hardening or nitration. Carburising and also nitrogenising in solid. they provide resistance to sliding abrasion that is better than in case-hardened parts. The nitrided surface layers (approx 0.4.Selection Guide 3. Otherwise filler metals corresponding to the mechanical properties of the parent metal not subjected to surface treatment should be used. Nitration is understood to be the treatment of steel surfaces in media giving off nitrogen at temperatures below the Ac1 point to achieve a surface enriched with nitrogen.7 to 1 % C and a surface hardness of 59 to 67 HRC.

The circumferential pipe seams are mainly performed as vertical-down welds using cellulose-coated stick electrodes whereby construction progress is essentially determined by the speed with which these welds can be manufactured. In the same way grooves and notches also disrupt handling of the electrode. The welding technology developed by Böhler Welding by using the BÖHLER FOX CEL for the root and if need be also for the hot pass in the form of so-called “combination welding“ provides the greatest security against cracks. Careful weld preparation is very important for achieving perfect welds. 150 °C has been found to be adequate for preheating. X 56. This results in considerable economic advantages compared with otherwise conventional vertical-up welding using rutile or basic-coated stick electrodes. Welding with basic-coated stick electrodes is dealt with following the section "Welding with cellulose-coated stick electrodes" for both the vertical-up and vertical-down position.2 mm ∆ for the root pass. X 80 Particular mention must be made regarding the special suitability of the BÖHLER FOX CEL electrodes for root welding even in higher-strength steels. X 80 X 52. To prevent pores and fusion defects the weld edges must be free from foreign matter such as oil. It is also necessary to take the external temperature into account! 3-53 . it is possible to reduce the hardness increase in the heat-affected zone depending on the temperature level and the chemical composition of the steel.5 mm ∆ electrode is recommended for pipes with smaller diameters (up to 300 mm) and 3. The BÖHLER FOX CEL 2. X 52. X 60. X 65. X 60 X 52. Thanks to our specially developed electrodes that are optimally matched to the individual steels. Regardless of the carbon content preheating should always be performed for wall thicknesses over 20 mm and in the case of high-carbon steels susceptible to hardness increase it is advisable to increase the temperature to approx. X 42. The development of new higherstrength pipe steels is thus making greater and greater demands on welding technology. Böhler Welding also has a complete range of qualities expressly designed for low-temperature loading.4. Preheating and Interpass Temperature Preheating the parent metal encourages and accelerates the diffusion of hydrogen and therefore inhibits underbead cracking. 200 °C. X 70 X 65. X 60 X 56. we are able to completely satisfy these increased requirements as well as the strict safety conditions. It is not usually possible to comply with tolerances with torch-cut edges. Welding with Cellulosic-coated Stick Electrodes BÖHLER product name FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX CEL CEL 75 CEL Mo CEL 85 CEL 90 AWS classification A 5. X 56. X 70. This method renders it possible to weld with a larger electrode diameter. 5L A.1-91 A 5. scale and dirt. X 46. X60.5-96 E6010 E7010-P1 E7010-A1 E8010-P1 E9010-G recommended for pipeline steels acc. B. Furthermore. Vast transport pipelines already exist or in the planning stages throughout the world. In practice the pipe ends are generally prepared by metal cutting.6 Welding of Pipelines Crude oil and natural gas are currently the most important energy carriers. X 70. X 56. lubricant. API Spec. X 65.Material based Selection of Consumables 3. Please make separate enquiries regarding wires for gas-shielded and submerged-arc welding. higher current intensities and higher welding speeds.

5 mm ∆ in order to achieve perfect root fusion. X 80 X 80 X 100 X 110 3-54 .5-96 E8018-G E8018-G E9018-G E10018-G E11018-G E12018-G recommended for pipeline steels acc. Care must be taken to protect the electrodes against moisture. Vertical-down Welding BÖHLER product name FOX BVD RP FOX BVD 85 FOX BVD 90 FOX BVD 100 FOX BVD 110 FOX BVD 120 AWS-classification A 5.2 und 4 mm ∆ whereby the welding area must be protected against wind. Welding is performed in the vertical-up position with a root gap of approx. The reason for this is the very low hydrogen content of these types of electrodes. As a result basic-coated vertical-down electrodes have been developed which may be used for both root welding and also filler and cover pass welding.20 % we recommend consulting the electrode and steel manufacturer about the choice of preheat temperature. At times a special weld shape is used to save weld metal (see sketch). According to the various specifications different carbon contents are permissible. B. preheating to 150 200 °C should be carried out for thick plates even when using basic-coated stick electrodes. B. In vertical-up welding using basic-coated stick electrodes the time required above all for root welding is relatively high.3 mm. Generally speaking the use of basic electrodes is recommended for welding very thick steels over 25 mm susceptible to hardness increase. etc. The preference in this case is to use basic-coated electrodes of the FOX EV 50 (E7018-1).X 65 X 70. 2. To prevent this it is only worthwhile using basic-coated stick electrodes if the root pass is also welded using the same type of electrode.Selection Guide For thin pipe materials unsusceptible to hardening increase it is beneficial to heat the pipe ends slightly to at least 50 °C to remove condensation water. Naturally this is also linked to a certain loss of economic viability. The root pass is usually applied using electrodes with a 2. If the carbon content is above 0. BÖHLER FOX CEL 90) are used.g. to prevent pores.X 100 A. It also affects the diffusion speed of hydrogen. Welding of the filler and cover passes is usually performed using electrodes with 3. FOX EV 55 (E7018-1). The interpass temperature affects the metallurgical processes which take place during solidification and cooling and thus has an effect on the mechanical properties of the weld metal. X 42 . Electrodes from boxes that are already open must be re-dried before use for 2 hours at 300 – 350 °C according to the specifications. An interpass temperature of at least 140 °C is recommended if cellulose-coated stick electrodes with tensile strengths above 620 N/mm2 (e. The high dissipation of welding heat in higher wall thicknesses and the simultaneous presence of higher hydrogen contents increases the risk of hydrogen-induced underbead cracks when using cellulose-coated stick electrodes. Welding with Basic-coated Stick Electrodes In some countries the use of basic-coated stick electrodes for pipeline construction is preferred over the use of cellulose-coated stick electrodes for various reasons. API Spec. 5L A. It is therefore recommended that the interpass temperature should be maintained at no less than 80 °C during welding. rain. X 42 .5 . FOX EV 60 (E8018-G) and above all the FOX EV PIPE (E7016) type specially optimised for pipe welding. Vertical-up Welding Depending on the pipe material’s chemical composition and its tendency towards hardness increase.

Alignment of pipes: Alignment of the pipes is performed with hydraulically operated internal align ment clamps as when welding with cellulose-coated stick electrodes. Nevertheless preheating to 150 °C is recommended above all when welding thick-walled pipe materials that are susceptible to hardness increase. if necessary employ several welders for one weld seam. 4. 5 LX and DIN 17122. welding work may only be carried out on pipelines if the welding and working conditions render perfect weld execution possible.Material based Selection of Consumables Executing the Welding of Pipelines Weld preparation: Weld preparation is carried out by metal cutting. The welding area must be free from water in all cases. The welder himself must be adequately protected against the cold (provide tents. The following rules have been tried and tested in practical use: 1. 3-55 . Preheating: The risk of underbead cracks due to hydrogen when welding with basic-coated stick electrodes is lower than when welding with cellulose-coated stick electrodes due to their relatively low hydrogen content. it is necessary to observe certain safety precautions. Use electrodes as thick as possible. 3. frost and rain by warming up (preheat to hand-hot). 2. Nevertheless it is obvious that the welding area and its surroundings must be shielded from rain and other weather effects. even the basic weld metal may exhibit substantial hydrogen contents during welding in a steam-saturated atmosphere. Remove ice. This means that although welding at low external temperatures is not prohibited. The permissible dimensional tolerances of the pipes are listed in the standards API Spec. Due to the relati vely strong root bead formation and the low hydrogen content on the part of the basiccoated root electrode it is possible to release the internal alignment clamp when the root weld is complete as long as the edge misalignment is not too great. windbreak or infrared radiator). Welding at Low External Temperatures or in Wet Weather Under unfavourable weather conditions especially at air temperatures below 0 °C. There are no generally applicable rules or restrictive specifications regarding the execution of welding work whilst raining or on wet workpieces. Rebaked basic stick electrodes have very little hydrogen in the weld metal from the start and therefore provide a higher level of safety against hydrogen-induced cracks under unfavourable conditions. Speedy welding without longish pause. However. The following diagram illustrates when preheating is recommended.

As the thickness increases it is necessary to aim for the upper temperature limit. preheat temperature and sequence of passes. the instructions for processing these steels cannot deal with and control every possible problem. geometry of edge preparation.Selection Guide 3. Fine-grain constructional steels with yield points up to 500 N/mm2 are manufactured by this method. It was possible to significantly increase the mechanical properties of constructional steels and their weldability with the help of the micro-alloying elements and appropriate production methods. The following table presents figures for thickness limits taking preheat as a function of the minimum yield strength of the parent material. V. The cooling time t8/5 is generally used to define the development of temperature and time during welding. as well as on predicted residual stresses. 2. Thus in special cases it is useful to consult the steel manufacturer or to carry out in-house tests which may be necessary when first using fine-grained constructional steels. Nb and Ti as well as to some extent the alloying elements Cr and Ni are of significant importance. energy input during welding.7 High-strength Fine-grain Constructional Steels The micro-alloy steels may be divided into three main groups depending on their manufacture: 1. normalised fine-grain constructional steels essentially by the elimination of finely dispersed carbonitrides and carbides from the austenitic area during air cooling. The special properties of the two steel groups initially mentioned are achieved by a heat treatment carried out after rolling. On the other hand attention must be drawn to the possibility of lamellar tearing and cold cracking which require appropriate design and/or welding technology measures such as reducing stresses. Welding of Fine-grain Constructional Steels Generally speaking special precautions are required for processing steels with increasing minimum yield strength values where the design of weldments and load analysis are essential. energy input. This is the period of time during which a weld passes through the temperature range from 800 to 500 °C (1470 to 930 °F) when cooling. The risk of hot cracking in these steels is low. 3. However. The finest grain is achieved by water quenching in the quenched and tempered fine-grain constructional steels whereby micro-alloying elements such as B. With water quenching it is possible to achieve yield points between 450 and 960 N/mm2. It depends upon material thickness. minimum for yield strength [N/mm2] ≤ 355 >355 to 420 >420 to 590 > 590 thickness limit [mm] 30 20 12 8 The development of temperature and time during welding is of crucial importance to mechanical properties of high-strength welded joints. 3-56 . avoiding excessive hardness increase and internal stresses and aiming for low hydrogen contents in the weld metal. chemical compositions of parent material and weld metal. This development is significantly influenced by plate thickness. The maximum hardness in the heat affected zone drops as the cooling time t8/5 increases.4. normalised fine-grain constructional steels quenched and tempered fine-grain constructional steels thermomechanically treated fine-grain constructional steels A fine-grain ferritic-pearlitic structure is achieved with the conventionally rolled. In the thermodynamically treated steels a targeted heat treatment is included in the rolling process as a result of which it is possible to manufacture high-tensile steels with very low carbon contents. The preheat temperature for joint welding and tack welding lies between 50 and 250 °C (120 and 480 °F).

energy input and existing state of residual stresses. Use only re-dried basic-coated electrodes. base material (example) S355NL S500QL S690QL BÖHLER-product FOX EV 50. 3 NiCrMo 2. NiMo 1-IG. In this case allowance must be made for the fact that the weld metal must meet the mechanical and technological properties of the base metal despite dilution. Filler metals The following table shows suitable BÖHLER consumables. u Preheat and interpass temperature should be between 80 and 250 °C (180 and 480 °F) depending on wall thickness. Comply with the recommendations of steel manufacturers regarding energy input at all times. 3 NiMo 1-UP//BB 24 FOX EV 85. EMS 2//BB 25 resp. u Thickness limits must be considered when determining preheating as a function of the base metal’s yield strength. EMK 6. If it is necessary to meet a specific minimum impact strength for a particular steel. X70-IG. On the other hand increasing values for the cooling time t8/5 cause a reduction in the impact strength and an increase in the transition temperature of impact strength within the heat affected zone. u The temperature/time curve (t8/5) is very significant for the mechanical properties of heataffected zones. then the welding parameters must be set in such a way that the cooling time t8/5 is kept below a defined value. Aim for the upper limit of the temperature range as wall thickness increases.Material based Selection of Consumables If a specific maximum hardness may not be exceeded in a particular steel then it is necessary to set the welding parameters in such a manner that the cooling time t8/5 does not fall below a defined value. chemical compositions of base metal and weld metal.5-UP//BB 24 3-57 . Welding Procedure u When selecting filler metals the weld metal must satisfy the mechanical properties of the base metal despite dilution by the latter. Selection of a suitable filler metal is of prime importance before welding a specific fine-grained constructional steel. BB 24 FOX EV 65. The cooling time t8/5 to be applied in a particular case depends on the collective requirements for mechanical properties including characteristic strength values of the actual weld joint in the postweld heat-treated condition.

U-notch specimens according to DVM result in higher impact energy and lower service temperatures than the V-notch specimens according to ISO.5 to 9 % nickel for operating temperatures from -80 °C to approx. Welding of Cryogenic Steels The characteristic properties of filler metals for welding cryogenic materials is their deformability at low temperatures which is tested as a rule using the notched bar impact test.4. i. However.e. Non-alloy and low-alloy cryogenic and fine-grain constructional steels for operating tempera tures up to approx. With the increase in the use of these gases transporting and storing them economically has become more and more important. Filler metals of the same composition as the parent metal are to be preferred if it is necessary to guarantee the mechanical and technological (strength. Conclusions regarding the propensity to brittle fracture and employability down to a specific temperature are drawn from the impact energy value. are available for construction of the transport and storage tanks required. which posses adequate mechanical properties and toughness at the low temperatures of the liquid gases. Nickel-alloy tempering steels with 1. Non-alloy and low-alloy steels may be used in all cases for temperatures up to -50 °C as long as they are killed. This behaviour is utilised for storage and transport. -269 °C. 200 °C. rebaking of the electrodes immediately prior to welding is recommended. low-alloy or high-alloy steels that are still tough at low temperatures (below approx -50 °C) are known as cryogenic steels. more commonly known as Charpy-V-notch specimens.0 to 3. 3. The notch shape of the notched bar test specimens is a noteworthy influential variable on the test results. Non-alloy. toughness) and physical (heat expansion coefficient) properties of the parent metal in the weld metal in addition to satisfying the minimum temperature required. This statement also applies to the flux powder in submerged-arc welding.Selection Guide 3. The problem of excessively high hydrogen contents does not normally exist for gas-shielded arc welding.8. Filler metals of the same or similar composition as the parent metal with 2. Particular attention should be paid to the low-temperature toughness and strength required when selecting wire and flux combinations or wire and shielding gas combinations. -60 °C in the quenched and tempered condition. The gases pass over into the liquid state when cooled to very low temperatures and at the same time their volume decreases considerably. Basic-coated non-alloy and low-alloy stick electrodes according to EN 499 and EN 757 are suitable. 3-58 . it is only possible to utilise this behaviour if suitable base metals and filler metals. The hydrogen content in the welded joint should be as low as possible to prevent cold cracks. Cryogenic Steels The large-scale use of oxygen in the steel industry. -50 °C in the normalised condition and down to approx. 2. The value 27 is frequently taken as the minimum value of impact energy with the Charpy-V-notch specimen at the lowest service temperature in each case. Care must be taken to control the heat input when welding cryogenic and fine-grain constructional steels to keep the heat affected zone as narrow as possible and still prevent hardness peaks. nitrogen in the chemical industry and natural petroleum gases in industrial supply and also in the chemical industry has increased significantly in recent years. Austenitic chrome nickel steels for operating temperatures down to approx.5 % Ni are used when welding nickel-alloy tempering steels. The steel groups may be differentiated as follows: 1.

or „FOX NIBAS 60/15“. Austenitic chrome nickel steels are welded in the same manner. 3-59 . Crack resistance and adequate cold toughness down to -200 °C are ensured if dilution with the parent metal is limited. 9 % Ni-steel is mainly joined using completely austenitic filler metals with a high nickel content of the “NIBAS 625“ type. For this reason the 5 % nickel steel is preferably welded with austenitic filler metals on the basis of “A7” or “ASN 5“ and nickel-base types.Material based Selection of Consumables Filler metals with higher nickel contents have a tendency towards increased hot cracking. This nickel-based type has advantages over conventional austenites due to a higher yield point and the possibility of heat treating welds. carbon diffusion). The unstabilised weld metal is slightly superior to the stabilised weld metal in impact energy at low temperatures. Heat treatment of the weld must not take place out of regard for the austenitic weld metal (embrittlement. It may also be used for steels with a low nickel content.

g. 450 °C and the energy input must be limited to 7 . therefore. However above a certain wall thickness preheating to 150 °C is advisable (P295GH = 25 mm. P355GH and 16Mo3) These are normalised steels. Therefore. 13 % Ni) have to be used. Thus first and foremost high temperature steels have adequate mechanical strength at high operating temperatures. EN 10222-2.4.50 %. 10CrMo9-10. 13CrMo4-5. 14MoV6-3). As the preheat and interpass temperature is lower than the Ms temperature (Ms = 480 °C). Hard and brittle zones may develop simultaneously.g. DIN 17175 and DIN 17460.300 °C prior to welding and a specific interpass temperature must be controlled. Consequently the temperature should not significantly exceed approx. With the addition of specific alloying elements such as Cr. 16Mo3 = 10mm.24 kJ/cm. At a preheat temperature not exceeding 300 °C it is not completely possible to prevent the formation of martensite (Ms = 480 °C) in the heat affected zone but its formation will be minimized to approx. In this context one talks about the creep rupture strength or creep strain limit. High-temperature Steels The mechanical strength properties of the non-alloy constructional steels undergo a significant reduction at increased operating temperatures. The creep resistant steels are standardised in EN 10028. The slip planes are blocked due to the formation of special carbides and special nitrides (anti-slip effect). Under stress creep and flow processes occur in the steel at increased temperatures as a result of which the permissible load becomes time dependent. and Cr are sufficient although Mo has the greatest effect on increasing the high-temperature strength. both in the heat affected zones (HAZ) and the weld metal itself. Above 550 °C increased scale resistance is also required. In addition to this they must also exhibit a certain resistance to corrosion and in the event of hot aggressive gases increased scale resistance as well which is only achievable with high-alloy steels.) Bainitic (Martensitic) Ferritic Steels (e. V. For a temperature load up to 550 °C small additions of Mo. Above 600 °C the behaviour under long period stressing drops off so much in heat treatable steels that special Cr-Ni steels (basic type: 16 % Cr. V and Nb are considered. 30 .740 °C but below Ac3 in any case is necessary after welding is complete. Stress cracking after completion of welding is also possible. it is necessary to perform annealing and stress-relieving at 640 . These steels are quenched and tempered and air-hardening and special account must be taken of this when welding. Therefore.9. P295GH. Thus all calculation values for strength now have a time added to them from which it can be seen how long the material can bear a specific stress up to fracture or up to a specific permanent elongation. V. In this case the 9 to 12 % Cr-steels with additions of Mo. annealing and tempering at 640 .Selection Guide 3. they are only suitable for use up to a threshold temperature of 350 °C. 3-60 . Mo.740 °C after welding is complete. depending on the type of steel. Ti and Nb it is possible to increase the high-temperature strength properties and the creep resistance. DIN 17155. W. due to the formation of martensite which contributes towards the danger of underbead cracking. depending on the steel grade it is advisable to carry out preheating to 100 . Basically these steels are not susceptible to hardness increase in the heat-affected zone. Welding of High Temperature Steels Creep-resistant steels may be divided into three main groups: Ferritic-Pearlitic Steels (e.

u Tempered steels such as 13CrMo4-5 must be preheated to 100 to 300 °C depending on type and must be postweld annealed in the range between 640 and 740 °C. The difference between these methods is determined by preheat and interpass temperatures above Ms-temperature (400 . thinner passes. The use of gas fusion welding is restricted to thinwalled joints in steels not exceeding 2. Then tempering treatment must be carried out at 750 °C.780 °C. Choice of Filler Metal Essentially the filler metals used are those of the same composition as the base. followed by final annealing in the temperature range between 720 . cooling is carried out to 120 . Furthermore. Martensitic Steels – Alloying Type 9 % Chromium (e. X12CrMoWNiVNbN10-11 and E911/NF 616).e.80 °C to complete the martensite transformation. 10CrMoVNb9-1. 3-61 .Material based Selection of Consumables Martensitic Steels – Alloying Type 12 % Chromium (e. 12 %Cr-Stähle X20CrMo12-1. Unlike the 12 % chrome types. The use of the multi-pass technique is recommended since the welding technology has a considerable effect on the toughness properties achievable. u With martensitic Cr steels on the basis of X20CrMoV12-1 care must be taken to ensure special heat input. Only under this condition is it possible to expect a creep rupture strength from the weld that corresponds to the base metal. Rutile-coated stick electrodes are used mainly for root welding. there are efforts underway to find successor generations for the P91 materials. Interim cooling to ambient temperature is necessary prior to the required postweld tempering (740775 °C) to achieve complete martensitic transformation. There has been another material available since the beginning of the 80’s that guarantees outstanding high-temperature strength properties due to its modified alloy base. preheating to 200-250 °C or 400-450 °C. the 9 % chrome types exhibit a lower tendency towards hardness increase during welding due primarily to the lower carbon content which results in a reduced risk of cold crack formation and the occurrence of stress corrosion cracking. After completion of welding. i.450 °C) in "austenitic" welding and below Ms-temperature (200 250 °C) in "martensitic" mode. These steels are also quenched and tempered. u Martensitic Cr steels on the basis of 10CrMo9-10 must be preheated to 200 to 300 °C and may be cooled down to ambient temperature following welding. These cognate but as yet not standardised materials (NF 616.5 % Cr.e. a preheat and interpass temperature ranging between 200 to 300 °C must be taken into account. Two different technological procedures are used which are known in practice by the terms "martensitic and austenitic welding techniques". in order to obtain a high proportion of annealed weld metal structure and thus an improved level of toughness. In the case of stick electrodes there are basic and rutile coated types available although the latter are only used for steels not exceeding 5 % Cr and up to 12 mm wall thickness due to poorer mechanical properties and the higher hydrogen content. then cooling down to 80-120 °C and finally annealing at 720 to 780 °C. i. GTA welding is widely used for the root pass in pipes whilst the GMAW and submerged-arc processes are increasingly gaining in importance. However.g. The predominantly martensitic structure calls for a very special heat control procedure during welding. X22CrMoV12-1 und X22CrMoWV12-1). u Above certain wall thicknesses normalised steels such as 16Mo3 must be preheated to 150 °C.g. Welding Technology u Use only filler metals with the same alloy composition as the base metal. This material is the grade P91 steel standardised to ASTM A335. P911 und HCM12) are supposed primarily to guarantee appreciably higher long-term creep strength values resulting from the addition of tungsten by alloying.

NF 616 X20CrMoWV12-1 BÖHLER product FOX DMO Kb. EMS 2 Mo/BB24. C 9 MVW-UP/BB 910 FOX P 92. EMS 2 CrMo/BB 24. C 9 MV-MC. P 92-UP/BB 910 FOX 20 MVW. DMO Ti-FD FOX DCMS Kb. P 92-IG. P 24-UP/BB 430 FOX C 9 MVW.Selection Guide Filler Metals The following table provides examples of different BÖHLER filler metals for welding high temperature steels: base material 16Mo3 13CrMo4-5 10CrMo9-10 X10CrMoVNb9-1 HCM2S 7CrMoVTiB10-10 X12CrMoWVNbN10-1-1 P 92. 20 MVW-IG. CM 2-UP/BB 24 FOX C 9 MV. DCMS-IG. DMO Kb-FD. C 9 MV-IG. DMO-IG. P 23-UP/BB 430 FOX P 24. CM 2-IG. C 9 MVW-IG. P 24-IG. 20 MVW-UP/BB 24 3-62 . C 9 MV-UP/BB 910 FOX P 23. P 23-IG. FOX CM 2-Kb.

as a result of which constructional steels such as this are termed tempering steels. in the construction of piping and chemical plants.10 Low-alloyed Tempered Steels These steels are mainly used in the construction of machinery and equipment.5 % Mo 0-1 The following table shows the hardness. Due to a special alloying technique the critical cooling speed is reduced increasing in turn the temperability and creep resistance.40 0. Cr-Mo. Ni. the harder the martensite becomes and the lower the martensite formation temperature lies (Ms).1 .20 0.55 % Si 0. in the petrochemical industry. Ni-Cr steels and others.1. Depending on the alloy composition it is possible to differentiate between Mn.1 . Structural components between bainite and martensite occur in the heat affected zone of the base metal which cause local hardness increases.0. They are used in the quenched and tempered condition. Mn-V steels.7 % Ni 0-5 % Cr 0 . weld TTT curve and hardness testing of practical welds.Material based Selection of Consumables 3. TTT curve.35 % Mn 0.4.14 0. in cryogenics and in the automobile and aircraft industry. Cr-Mo-V. Their special property is hardenability which depends principally on the type and proportions of the alloying elements they contain.0. nickel.61 *) brittle crack Alloying elements such as manganese. In addition to the familiar methods of determining the preheat temperature such as the carbon equivalent.3. Mn-Si. tensile strength [N/mm2] 1370 1480 1650 1860 2200*) impact work [J] 85 60 41 24 7 hardness [HV 10] 420 440 470 560 700 3-63 . in boilers. Knowing the martensite formation temperature is of major significance for determining the preheat temperature of steels with poor weldability. The higher the carbon content in the steel. carbon [%] 0.26 0. Targeted lowering of the critical cooling speed for the purpose of good temperability worsens the steel’s weldability. it is also possible to calculate the Ms or Mf point according to the following formula: Ms point (start of martensite formation): Ms(°C)=561-474(% C)-33(% Mn)-17(% Ni)-17(% Cr)-21(% Mo). tensile strength and notch impact energy of the martensite in alloy steels with varying carbon contents (following heating to 200 °C according to Thorneycroft). Mf-point (end of martensite formation): Mf (°C) = Ms-215±15 The two formulae are applicable for steels with approximately the following chemical composition: %C 0. chrome and molybdenum promote the γ-α transformation in the martensitic stage.2 . As a result low-alloy steels have a greater tendency towards hardness increase than non-alloy steels with the same carbon content. Cr. Cr-Ni-Mo steels.

The filler metals then used are non-alloy basic electrodes or austenitic electrodes. preferably without interim cooling. In both cases the high weld metal ductility has a favourable effect with regard to at least a partial reduction of stress. 600 °C and above. The possibilities for determining the preheat temperature have already been outlined. 3-64 . maintaining the interpass temperature up to the formation of harmless structures. Postweld heat treatment at approx. especially in air-hardening steels. Gas metal-arc wel ding using argon or mixed gases may also be used. armoured steel with higher carbon content of the 30 CrNiMo 8 type). 3.25 % C. As a result cooling pro gresses more slowly. i. However. Welding Technology Proceed as follows to prevent cracks in the weld interfaces: 1. Consideration should also be given to isothermic welding. Filler metals for joint welding of tempering steels have not been standardised as yet. are often chosen for air-hardening steels (e. is recommended to reduce the residual welding stresses and to temper the hardened zone if there is a fear of cracking.g.e. 6 % Mn alloy type).Selection Guide Welding of Low-alloy Tempering Steels It is hardly possible to find a filler metal of the same composition as the base for welding a specific tempering steel that usually contains above 0. Use non-alloy or low-alloy electrodes with low hydrogen content which are adequately re-dried prior to welding. in many cases it is not expected that the weld will achieve the strength of the base metal or it is not designed with high load ranges in mind. 2. Weld with thick electrodes and high heat input per unit length of weld. In certain cases austenitic electrodes may also be used. whose weld metal cannot of course be tempered. Preheat to prevent or delay martensite formation. 8 % Ni. They are particularly suitable because the low yield point and high plastic ductility of the alloy make it possible to reduce stress peaks by means of lower deformation without the danger of cracking. Austenitic filler metals of the "A 7" type (18 % Cr. Nor is this sensible because for welding engineering reasons the carbon content in the weld metal is reduced and attempts are made to achieve the desired strength and tempering qualities by means of a suitable combination of alloys.

Steels X20CrMoV12-1 and X8CrNiMoVNb16-13 require a very specialised welding technology.4. Chrome is one such element.Material based Selection of Consumables 3. Welding of Compressed Hydrogen-resistant Steels Compressed hydrogen-resistant steels are weldable if the necessary precautions are taken. These properties are achieved by alloying with elements that form highly resistant. X8CrNiMoVNb1613 in accordance with SteelMaterial Specification 590. 20CrMo9. Postweld heat treatment must be carried out as specified. 17CrMoV10. The following for example are compressed hydrogen-resistant steels 25CrMo4. barely decomposable carbides at the operating temperature. These steels must be preheated to 200 to 400 °C depending on the type of steel and this temperature must be maintained during welding. 3-65 . X20CrMoV121. At high pressures hydrogen penetrates the steel and reacts with the carbon in the iron carbide or pearlite forming methane at the same time. After welding cooling must be slow and even. However. The filler metals must also result in a compressed hydrogen-resistant weld metal. High pressures which lead to disaggregation and finally to intercrystalline cracks occur inside the steel since the methane molecules have only a very low diffusability due to their size.11 Compressed Hydrogen-resistant Steels Steels that are only slightly susceptible to decarburisation by hydrogen at high pressures and high temperatures and to the embrittlement and intercrystalline failure associated with this are considered to be compressed hydrogen-resistant steels. their weldability declines as the carbon content increases.

micro structure pearlitic-martensitic half ferritic-ferritic soft-martensitic ferritic-austenitic austenitic typical steel X30Cr13 X8Cr17 X5CrNi13-4 X2CrNiMoN22-5 X5CrNi18-9 X8CrNiNb16-13 austenite with ferrite austenite without ferrite These groups of steels differ from each other from both the metallurgical and physical point of view and allowance must be made for the peculiarities in each case by taking appropriate measures when fabricating welds. tungsten and vanadium. All other alloying elements which are added to the steel to improve specific properties may be assigned to either the chrome or nickel in their effect on the crystalline structure. This guarantees that extremely thin. i. Above a certain nickel content the microstructure is made up only of austenite (= face-centred cubic mixed crystal) from solidification to ambient temperature. manganese. Austenite-forming elements: nickel. titanium. If one adds sufficient quantities of nickel to a ferritic iron-chrome alloy then it passes over into the austenitic condition. However.4. In the passive condition there is increased resistance to oxidising media. niobium. decreased oxygen supply. The following table lists the most important groups of stainless steels classified according to the microstructure. carbon. molybdenum.Selection Guide 3. the formerly passive steel may pass over into the active condition. Ferrite-forming elements: chrome. cobalt. With increasing nickel content the gamma area is extended whilst with increasing chrome content the gamma area is confined and above approximately 12 % only ferrite (= body-centred cubic mixed crystal) continues to prevail.12 Stainless Steels The group of stainless steels contains a large number of very different alloy variations all of which are commonly characterised by a chrome content of at least 12 %. The alloying element chrome and subsequently nickel represent the basic elements for stainless steels. copper and nitrogen. 3-66 .e. silicon. in the case of a reducing atmosphere. stable oxide layers form on the surface of the steel under oxidising conditions and the steel passes from the active (soluble) to the passive (insoluble) condition. The chrome content of at least 12 % necessary for a certain chemical resistance of the steel is very often referred to as the “parting limit”. However. aluminium. their effect with regard to the crystalline structure in the steel is very varied. This means that it is possible to differentiate as follows between ferrite-forming and austenite-forming elements.

The austenitic zone is widened by the higher carbon content creating the opportunity for hardening. 56 HRC app.20 % C 0.70 % C 1. Welding of Martensitic Chromium Steels The austenitic fraction in the heat affected zone of the base metal will always transform into martensite during air cooling as the formation of pearlite and bainite progresses with a significant time delay due to the high chrome content. As already mentioned.0 13. takes a long time so that the weld metal and the heat-affected zone (HAZ) practically always transform to the martensitic stage unless the martensitic transformation temperature is exceeded on heating. 53 HRC app.1 to 1. Hydrogen also represents a further unfavourable factor when welding. 50 HRC app. 13 % chrome. 60 HRC At the same time it becomes understandable why only martensitic Cr steels with less than 0.2 %.Material based Selection of Consumables 3. Chrome as a ferrite-forming element has the effect of narrowing the iron’s austenitic zone and this is constricted completely with approx. 40 HRC app.10 % C 0. during which δ ferrite and carbide are precipitated out of the ?-mixed crystals.15 % carbon are usually used in practice for welded structures. 0.42 % Cr 13. The unfavourable and inadequate weldability of such steels is easy to understand if one looks at the hardness increment as a function of the carbon content.15 0.20 0.4. 3-67 .1 %) undergo no transformation during cooling from solidification to ambient temperature. The group of hardenable steels starts with chrome contents above 12 % and carbon contents of approx.25 % C 0. 46 HRC app. These are the ferritic chrome steels.40 % C 0. Hardness increment with different carbon contents: carbon content 0.2 weldability limited strongly limited none Basically speaking this group of steels must be classified as having only limited weldability since the risk of cold cracking increases as the carbon content rises and joint welds should be avoided where possible. Somewhat higher hydrogen contents may cause a strong tendency towards hydrogen-induced cold cracks in the weld particularly in the presence of brittle martensite.0 16. 58 HRC app. the most important alloying element is chrome which lends the steels its passivity and thus its corrosion resistance in oxidising media if it accounts for approximately 12 % of the content. These are the martensitic chrome steels. Due to the steel’s high chrome content the beginning of pearlite transformation.5 % Mo 1.15 % C 0.13 Martensitic Chromium Steels Some characteristic martensitic Cr steels and their weldabilty: material designation according EN 10088-1 X12Cr13 X20Cr13 X39CrMo17-1 %C 0. Steels with chrome contents higher than 13 % with very low carbon contents (< 0.00 % C hardness app.

300 °C is to be recommended in any case. The weld metal in the welded condition consists of martensite and δ-ferrite with small proportions of residual austenite when using filler metals of the same or similar composition to the base. Welding Technology for steels with carbon contents below 0. FOX SKWAM.750 °C. Suitable BÖHLER filler metals are: microstructure equal different BÖHLER product FOX KW 10. brittle and at the same time susceptible to corrosion. SKWAM-IG FOX A7 (IG/UP/FD). FOX CN23/12 (IG/UP/FD) 3-68 . u Only use filler metals of the same composition as the base if there are requirements for the same colour. For this reason only very low elongation and impact energy values are present and annealing is almost always carried out at 700 to 750 °C. u A preheat and interpass temperature of 200 . u Carry out postweld tempering at 700 . Beware when using austenitic filler metals due to the risk of embrittlement. Otherwise use austenitic filler metals. FOX EAS 2 (IG/UP/FD).15 % u Coated stick electrodes and submerged arc flux powders must be re-dried in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. This group of steels is welded using filler metals of both the same and different composition to the base. comparable strength or alternating strength. Please consult later sections for recommendations regarding the appropriate welding technology and filler metals.Selection Guide 13 % Cr steels are always tempered and 17 % Cr steels are always tempered or soft-annealed since the martensite is relatively hard.

This is achieved if the final forming stages are carried out below 800 °C and there is then heat treatment up to 800 °C with subsequent rapid cooling in air or water. Filler metals with the same alloy composition as the base must be used where there is a requirement for the same colour. 3-69 . on exposure to a temperature above 1000 °C it has a tendency towards grain coarsening which may bring about considerable embrittlement in conjunction with the precipitation of carbides. The austenitic weld metal also exhibits advantages from a corrosion point of view. is a fine-grain structure. Attention must also be paid to low input of thermal energy in order to minimise coarse grain formation. i. For this reason ferritic Cr steels are not used in the construction of pressure vessels.1 weldability limited limited limited The prerequisite for adequate technological values.08 % Cr 13. there is one disadvantage in the formation of a different colour between the base metal and the weld deposit. As a result these steels are predominantly ferritic from the commencement of solidification to ambient temperature.08 <0.e. particularly regarding elongation. Ti or Nb are sometimes added as alloying elements to improve the chemical properties.08 <0. In practical use where highly sulphurous or carburizing gases are present the austenitic weld metal may be prone to attack (e. material designation according EN 10088-1 X6Cr13 X6Cr17 X6CrMo17-1 %C <0. Welding of Ferritic Cr Steels Primarily with steels with a higher Cr content there is grain growth in the super-heated part of the transition zone due to the input of thermal energy during welding that cannot be remedied by subsequent heat treatment.g.14 Ferritic Chromium Steels The following table contains the chemical composition and weldability of some ferritic Cr steels whose characteristic feature is a low carbon content. Here this means segregation of the ferrite into a chromium-rich and an ironrich phase. due to the formation of nickel sulphide). as the Cr content increases the ferritic Cr and Cr-Mo steels have a tend ency towards time-related precipitation hardening in the temperature range between 400 .0 17. Postweld annealing in the range between 700 to 750 °C is beneficial. However.525 °C known as 475 °C embrittlement. To a certain extent the austenitic weld metal is able to function as an expansion element due to its considerably better ductility properties. It is therefore recommended that austenitic filler metals are used for welding ferritic Cr steels. and thus in the main are not subject to transformation and are therefore also not hardenable.4. it is no longer possible to get rid of the coarse grain in the heat-affected zone. In this case the procedure followed should be to fill the joint austenitically and only use a ferritic filler metal for depositing the final layers on the side exposed to the aggressive medium. However. Furthermore. In addition to this. carbides that cause an even further reduction in ductility are precipitated on the grain boundaries. Both factors lead within certain limits to an improvement in ductility (see Fig. Similarly unfavourable conditions are to be expected in the weld metal if filler metals of the same composition as the base are used. When using austenitic filler metals consideration must be given to its tendency to precipitate intermetallic phases (embrittlement) in the 600 to 900 °C temperature range.0 % Mo 1. Welding should be carried out with preheating to 200 to 300 °C in order to keep thermal stresses as low as possible.0 17. As a result of this the carbides precipitated coagulate and stress reduction is achieved at the same time. Mo. The loss of ductility represents an absolute weakening of the welded joint.Material based Selection of Consumables 3. This group of materials is very susceptible to overheating. For these reasons ferritic Cr steels should be classed as having only “limited weldability”. 4).

u Preheat and interpass temperature between 200 . SAS 2-IG.750 °C is recommended. SKWA-UP FOX SAS 2. CN 23/12-FD.Selection Guide Welding Technology for ferritic Cr steels with carbon contents less than 0.12 % u Coated stick electrodes and submerged arc flux must be re-dried according to the manu facturer’s instructions. EAS 2-FD. CN 23/12 PW-FD 3-70 . EAS 2 PW-FD FOX CN 23/12. Caution when using austenitic filler metals due to risk of embrittlement. CN 23/12-UP. CN 23/12-IG. SKWA-IG.300 °C is advisable. u Keep heat input per unit length of weld as low as possible. SAS 2 PW-FD FOX EAS 2. SAS 2-UP. EAS 2-IG. The following table shows BÖHLER filler metals with same composition or different composition to base suitable for welding: microstructure equal different BÖHLER-product FOX SKWA. SAS 2-FD. or if the component will come into contact with sulphurous or carburising gases. EAS 2-UP. u Postweld annealing and tempering at 700 . u Only use filler metals of the same composition as the base if there is a requirement for colour matching.

Hydrogen sensitivity of the martensitic structure. Weldability of the soft-martensitic steels is essentially typified by three characteristics which are: 1. Hydrogen-induced cold cracks may arise with contents of diffusible hydrogen of HDM > 5 ml/100 g. 3. namely the formation of finely dispersed austenite at tempering temperatures above 580 °C.4 0. This effect leads to a rise in the impact energy values in the 13/4 weld metal whereby highest values are achieved between 600 und 620 °C. 2. 0.0 17.0 5.0 16.0 4. The basic precept of development was primarily to lower the carbon content to increase the ductility of the martensitic structure and to reduce the tendency towards cold cracking plus to achieve a structure as free as possible from δ-ferrite by alloying with 4 to 6 % nickel.05 <0.0 13. Low δ-ferrite contents.05 <0.15 Soft-martensitic Chromium Nickel Steels Steels with soft martensitic microstructure are used in a wide range of applications with the steel containing 12 % chrome and 4 % nickel being considered as the most important representative of this group.0 % Mo 0-0. This largely eliminates the tendency towards coarse grain formation during welding. 3-71 .05 % Cr 13.4 0.4 1.0 6.05 <0.5 % Ni 1-2. ductile martensite in the HAZ and in the weld metal which greatly reduces the tendency towards cold cracking.05 <0.0 6.Material based Selection of Consumables 3.0 13. The following table contains information on their chemical composition and weldability. material designation according EN 10088-1 X5CrNi13-1 X5CrNi13-4 X5CrNi13-6 X5CrNi16-6 X5CrNiMo16-5-1 X5CrNi17-4 %C <0. Formation of low-carbon.0 4.4. One major advantage of the soft-martensitic Cr-Ni steels compared with pure Cr steels is their excellent weldability. Welding of Soft-martensitic Cr-Ni Steels The type of heat treatment represents a major influencing factor on the mechanical properties of these materials. At higher tempering temperatures the impact energy drops off again due to transformation of the tempering austenite into martensite on cooling.0 16. Thus at “ambient temperature“ the structure consists of “soft“ martensite with small amounts of undercooled δ-ferrite and austenite. Soft martensites in nickel contents above 3.05 <0.5 % exhibit a metallographic peculiarity.0 weldability good good good good/limited good/limited good/limited The mechanical properties of such materials lie within a very broad range depending on their chemical composition and above all on the type of heat treatment performed although consideration is only paid to type X5CrNi13-4 in the following section. The low carbon content and the addition by alloying of approx.5 % molybdenum simultaneously improve corrosion resistance. Tempering further increases the ductility and reduces the hardness or strength.

Welding Technology In accordance with the properties encountered during welding of soft-martensitic steels it is therefore advisable to adhere to the welding technology described below. Otherwise conditions of extreme transformation and residual stress are to be anticipated in the weld metal which may in turn trigger cold cracks. u Postweld tempering or at least postweld quenching is necessary to increase ductility. 3-72 . Therefore interpass temperatures within the Ms temperature range must be considered critical. Practical experience gained in connection with soft martensitic materials show that sudden “conversion“ of large weld areas into martensite should be prevented during postweld cooling. At all events it is necessary to adhere strictly to the interpass temperature mentioned if subsequent heat treatment cannot be performed. u Thick-walled components should be pre-heated to 100 °C and welded with an interpass tem perature ranging between 100 and 160 °C.Selection Guide The choice of interpass temperature is particularly important in preventing cold cracks in welded joints. u Coated stick electrodes and submerged arc flux powders must be re-dried in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions to comply with a hydrogen content in the weld metal of < 5 ml/100 g. The notes apply to the most important soft-martensitic steel containing 13 % Cr and 4 % Ni. u Use only filler metals of the same alloy composition as the base for welding. It is recommended that the interpass temperature for X5CrNi13-1 weld metal is held between 120 and 220 °C and for X5CrNi13-4 and X5CrNi13-6 weld metals between 100 and 160 °C. This means that for each weld bead the martensitic transformation will be approximately 50 % which should be the aim from both a metallographic and stress engineering point of view.

However. Basically these chemically resistant steels may be classified as “very readily weldable“.g. u Preheating to 100 . intergranular separations during solidification or in the high temperature sections of the heat-affected zone with rigid restraint of the weld area.Material based Selection of Consumables 3. When performing gas-shielded welding care must be taken to ensure perfect gas shielding and. When welding fully austenitic steels it is also necessary to take into consideration their constitutional tendency toward the formation of hot cracks.e. which result in fully austenitic weld metal. three problems may possibly arise in both the base metal and in the weld metal as a result of inexpert fabrication. u An interpass temperature of 150 °C should not be exceeded. i. with the exception of flux-cored welding. i. 3-73 .16 Austenitic Cr-Ni(-Mo)-Steels Where stainless materials are concerned by far the greatest importance is attached to the group of austenitic chrome-nickel-(molybdenum) steels. u The arc should be kept as short as possible to prevent absorption of nitrogen from the air. The ferrite content or the FN should not lie below the minimum value referred to above. i.150 °C is only advisable for a thick base metal but is not necessary on principle. u Care should be taken to ensure that austenitic steels are only fabricated with a clean and dry surface.15 FN (ferrite number) should be used for welding. u Dilution with the base metal should be less than 35 % if possible.g. u If re-welding of the root is not possible during gas-shielded welding then there must be pro vision of gas shielding from the underside when welding the root bead (e.e. with the help of the WRC-92 diagram.4. u Hot cracking. u Embrittlement. are available for highly corrosion-resistant special steels. If it is greater than this due to the welding procedure used. with forming gas or pure argon). This ensures adequate resistance to hot cracking. the ferrite content in a test bead should be determined by means of a calibrated ferrite gauge or should be estimated by calculation from the che mical composition e. Notes on the welding technology of austenitic Cr-Ni-(Mo) standard steels. weld dressing and information on filler metals may all be found in the appropriate sections. reduction in the resistance to corrosion due to the formation of chrome carbide. u The recommended current intensity ranges must be complied with. Filler metals of the same composition as the base. These are: u Sensitisation. precipitation of intermetallic phases such as σ-phase due to application of high temperature or annealing. They are not quench-hardenable as a result of which there is no occurrence of hardness increase and essentially no grain coarsening in the heat-affected zone. Welding Technology u Only qualities corresponding to the respective base metal with weld deposits exhibiting δ-ferrite contents ranging from 5 .e. only shielding gases with a low CO2 content should be used to keep carburisation of the weld deposit as low as possible.

If the pickled component is rapidly subjected to corrosion.Selection Guide u Postweld annealing treatments should be avoided whenever practicable. u It is not generally possible to use unstabilised. Although the surface obtained is bare metal it is somewhat rougher. increa sed tacking. Weld dressing may be performed by means of grinding. Weld Dressing A completely bare metallic surface must be mentioned as the prerequisite for achieving optimum corrosion resistance.g. pickling. u Flame straightening should not be carried out if possible as it can adversely affect corrosion resistance. Local environmental regulations must also be observed. It must be expressly mentioned in connection with the use of pickling agents that these are highly caustic substances and it is therefore imperative that protective items such as rubber gloves. Filler Metals The following table shows various BÖHLER filler metals suitable for welding the materials listed: base material X5CrNi18-9 X2CrNi18-9 X5CrNiMo18-12 X2CrNiMo18-10 X10CrNiNb18-9 X10CrNiMoNb18-10 BÖHLER-product FOX EAS 2-A (IG/UP/FD) FOX EAS 2-A (IG/UP/FD) FOX EAS 4 M-A (IG/UP/FD) FOX EAS 4 M-A (IG/UP/FD) FOX SAS 2-A (IG/UP/FD) FOX SAS 4-A (IG/UP/FD) 3-74 . slag and all spatter be removed but all bloom as well. rubber aprons. brushing and/or polishing. Not only must every trace of welding scale. The component must be rinsed thoroughly again after passivation treatment. etc. u Only de-slagging hammers and brushes of stainless Cr or Cr-Ni steel may be used for clea ning austenitic weld joints. There are various pickling solutions or pickling pastes commercially available for this purpose that are applied to the surface and rinsed off thoroughly with water after the recommended reaction time. The finer the surface the greater the corrosion resistance (e. It is also possible to remove this bloom by washing with silica sand or brushing. Sandblasting is used when grinding or pickling cannot be considered. then passivation is recommended subsequent to the pickling treatment. as is usually the case with repairs for example. Passivation should also be performed after sandblasting. u Greater distortion than when welding ferritic steels must be taken into account and allowance must be made for appropriate corrective measures such as the weld shape. In this case it is advisable to consult the manufacturer of the steel and the filler metal. If this is not possible then allowance must be made for a possible reduction in corrosion resistance and/or ductility. sandblasting. This procedure may only be performed with steel grit made from rust and acid-resistant steel or silica sand. low-carbon filler metals for stabilised steels and vice versa although the respective maximum temperature of intergranular corrosion resistance should be observed. back-welding. coarse grinding – finishgrinding – polishing). The appropriate manufacturers also offer suitable agents for this. protective goggles and possibly breathing equipment are worn when handling them. In connection with this it is also particularly important to point out the damaging effect of arc strikes outside the welding groove. The removal of so-called "bloom“ on welds sometimes causes a problem. pre-tensioning. Pickling is the most often used method.

the Schaeffler diagram. 10 FN. The diagram allows for the nitrogen content in calculation and exhibits better concurrence between measurement and calculation than the Schaeffler diagram. They are the WRC-92 diagram.17 Ferrite Determination in Weld Deposit The austenitic chemically resistant Cr-Ni steels generally exhibit very good weldability. It overlaps approximately with the WRC-92 diagram in its applicability. Various structural diagrams may be referred to for this purpose.4. Special significance is accorded to the type of primary solidification which subsequently has a crucial effect on hot cracking behaviour. the DeLong diagram and the Espy diagram. Generally speaking ferrite in the weld metal is an advantage in welds that do not have the ability to expand freely. The Espy diagram attempts to compensate for these weaknesses. For the practical welder the presence of specific ferrite fractions in the weld metal is an indirect indication of adequate resistance to hot cracking. In weld metal deposits dilution with the base metal leads to further ferrite reductions since base metals with the same composition usually have lower ferrite contents than the pure weld metal. The ferrite number may be equated with the percentage of ferrite up to approx. The scale used is not absolute with the result that there will probably be differences in the results of measurements obtained from different laboratories (e. The ferrite content may be determined magnetically in addition to metallurgical estimation. However.10 % nitrogen typically reduces the ferrite content by 8 FN. Furthermore. Ferrite increases the weld metal strength but has the opposite effect on corrosion resistance in certain media. Variations resulting from differences in the welding and measuring conditions are to be anticipated even in specimens with pure weld metal deposit.0 % in a specimen with approximately 5 % δ-ferrite). The measured values are usually shown in FN (ferrite numbers). those with large weld cross-sections and if cracks have previously impaired their suitability for use. The Schaeffler diagram is the oldest of the diagrams referred to and until now has been widely used for calculation of the ferrite content. It should be noted that the WRC92 diagram does not take account of the silicon and manganese content which restricts the weldability of weld metals with high-silicon and high-manganese contents (over 8 %).Material based Selection of Consumables 3. the special physical properties of these steels – low thermal conductivity and high coefficient of thermal expansion – must be taken into account when welding with regard to input of welding heat. The DeLong diagram is a modification of the Schaeffler diagram which shows the ferrite content in ferrite numbers up to about 18 FN. There may be very great variations between the results of the individual diagrams as they were prepared on the basis of series examinations for different groups of materials. it is also a disadvantage in low-temperature applications and in the high-temperature range where transformation to the brittle σ-phase is possible. According to the Welding Research Council (WRC) it is not possible at present to determine the absolute ferrite content in austenitic-ferritic weld metal deposits. It is the most recent of the diagrams mentioned and exhibits better concurrence between the measured and the calculated ferrite contents than when using the DeLong diagram. In addition to measurement.2 FN for 8 FN. 3-75 . The WRC-92 diagram provides a prediction of the ferrite content in FN. High nitrogen absorption may lead to a weld metal with 8 FN falling to 0 FN in the ferrite content. It has a broad scope of application but does not allow for the highly austenitising effect of nitrogen. Furthermore. The usual standardisation assumes a 2-sigma variation which means a variation of ±2.35 %. variations between 3. its use should be restricted with nitrogen contents over 0.2 %. Like the Schaeffler diagram it calculates the ferrite content in percent but also allows for manganese contents up to 15 % and nitrogen contents up to approximately 0.5 and 8. Greater variations are to be anticipated if the welding procedure permits higher absorption of nitrogen from the ambient air. it is also possible to calculate the ferrite content from the chemical composition of the pure weld metal. Absorption of 0.g.

Selection Guide WRC-92-diagram for corrosion-resistant steel grades 3-76 .

Material based Selection of Consumables Espy-diagram for ferrite determination of corrosion-resistant steel grades 3-77 .

Selection Guide DeLong-diagram for ferrite determination of corrosion-resistant steel grades 3-78 .

Effect of δ-Ferrite The following overview provides a summary of the advantages and disadvantages of δ-ferrite in the austenitic weld metal. Reasons δ-ferrite fraction is undesirable requirement for non-magnetic weld metal special corrosion stresses use at very low temperatures use at high temperatures low δ-ferrite fraction is beneficial high resistance to hot cracking even in thick-walled components service temperatures between –100 and +400°C no unusual chemical stresses high δ-ferrite content is necessary resistance to stress corrosion cracking increase of strength properties compensation for dilution in dissimilar welds FN=0 FN<0.5 FN<0.08 % for gas-shielded welding with solid wire electrodes. Using the WRC-92 diagram it is possible to predict the ferrite number within a range of ± 3 FN in approximately 90 % of the measurements assuming an accurate chemical composition. Depending on the practical conditions of use the δ-ferrite is sometimes undesirable. in most cases beneficial and in some cases even necessary.06 % for TIG welding and manual electrode welding and a content of 0. which on first sight appear contradictory.Material based Selection of Consumables If the nitrogen content is not known for determining the nickel equivalent then it is possible to assume a content of 0.5 FN=5-15 Consequences of too much or to little δ-ferrite magnetisation selective corrosion loss of ductility phase precipitation danger of hot crack formation loss of ductility phase precipitation selective corrosion FN<5 FN>15 FN>15 FN>15 FN=30-75 reduced resistance to stress corrosion cracking FN=30-75 reduced ductility properties reduced strength properties FN=15-25 danger of hot cracks as a result of dilution FN<30 FN<75 FN<30 FN<15 3-79 .5 FN<0. are shown in the overview. In principle the statements apply to the steel material as well. The reasons for these requirements. The consequences of deviations are also highlighted.

Steels with ferritic-austenitic microstructure are usually welded with filler metals of the same composition as the base without preheating or postweld heat treatment. It is also necessary to allow for possible σ-phase precipitation. X10CrAl13. The temperature ranges for use are lower under unfavourable conditions. microstructure ferritic ferritic-austenitic austenitic typical steel grade X10CrAl7. e. In the temperature range between 600 and 900 °C care must be taken with possible embrittlement due to the precipitation of intercrystalline phases. Information and references to scale resistance or highest working temperatures such as those contained in SEW 470 for example should only be used as a reference point.4.18 Heat-resistant Steels Steels that stand out for their special resistance to the oxidising effect of gases at temperatures above approximately 600 °C are deemed to be creep-resistant. The following table shows the most important creep-resistant steel groups classified according to the crystalline structure. It is subsequently possible to improve the ductility properties reduced by the formation of coarse grain and carbide precipitations by performing a heat treatment of 700 to 750 °C.g. 3-80 . in sulphurous or reducing gases.Selection Guide 3. especially with high steam content or with possible settling of corrosive dust. A preheat and interpass temperature ranging between 200 and 300 °C is recommended for thicker cross-sections. X10CrAl24 X20CrNiSi25-4 X12CrNiTi18-9. X15CrNiSi25-20. Filler metals of the same alloy composition as the base are used sometimes although nickel-based filler metals are also used. Allowance must be made for the constitutional tendency towards hot cracking exhibited by fully austenitic chrome-nickel steels and filler metals. A steel is classified as creep-resistant if it does not exceed 1 g/m2*h on average at the temperature x the weight of metal oxidised and does not exceed 2 g/m2*h at the temperature (x + 50 °C) for a stress duration of 120 h with four interpass cooling processes. X12NiCrSi36-16 Welding of Heat-resistant Steels The ferritic chromium steels are joined using predominantly austenitic filler metals or with the same alloy composition as the base depending on the conditions of practical use.

S235JR with S355J2G3) In practice non-alloy steels of different strengths are joined relatively often. It is therefore necessary to find suitable compromises. brittle and susceptible to cracks allowing for dilution with the different materials. However. Normally filler metals that correspond to the strength properties of the softer base metal are used. no new and thus indefinable accidental alloy that might consequently require additional considerations may come into being when the weld metal melts on the component. Therefore the recommendation of a filler metal does not claim to be exhaustive. 3-81 . The large selection of differently alloyed steels within the individual alloy groups and the mixed metal welds possible between steels from different alloy groups make it practically impossible to consider every individual combination of materials in the following section. i. only by narrowing down to types steel or groups of steel. basic rules such as these can only be considered valuable if they can be translated into practice with adequate expertise and a basic knowledge of metallurgy. Generally speaking it should be noted that in many cases when joining different materials it is not possible to select the best possible filler metals and welding conditions for each individual partner material. In this case the structure is only rough since it only deals with groups of materials with examples of type of steels. For this reason it is only possible to specify filler metals for the various material combinations in the form of a rough structure. The following section highlights in very broad outlines guidelines for the selection of filler metals and suitable welding technology when fabricating mixed metal welds. basic general rules were drawn up in the form of rough guidelines which contain notes. recommendations and precautions for the selection of filler metals and the compilation of a welding technology. only the mechanical property data of the base metals are in the forefront of considerations.Material based Selection of Consumables 3. This is undoubtedly one of the main reasons why there are hardly any appropriate standards and codes for dissimilar metal welds. Selection of the filler metal must be considered as an essential criterion in the fabrication of mixed metal welds. This selection must be made so that where possible the weld metal arising should not be too hard. The weld metal properties which exist in the pure weld metal must be retained in principle despite dilution with the different base metals. In very simple terms. However. As a result of the situation described the enquiries received in practice by the customer service department for welding technology are very often related to the problems surrounding mixed metal welds. in the case of mixed metal welds such as these. it should be noted in this case that non-alloy weld metal deposits barely fall below yield point values of 400 N/mm2 and tensile strength values of 500 N/mm2 due to the fine-grain microstructure. The drawback to this method is a certain degree of inaccuracy as it is not possible to take account in each case of different influencing factors that are important in the selection of suitable filler metals. Basic Rules for the Selection of Filler Metals for Dissimilar Welds General basic rules can only be considered valuable if they can be translated into practice with adequate expertise and a basic knowledge of metallurgy.4.19 Welding of Dissimilar Joints The subject of welding technology is both extensive and complex if one takes into consideration all the mixed metal welds possible between the most varied types of steels. Mild Steel – Mild Steel (e. Essentially.g.e. As a consequence of this. It is practically impossible to cover every individual combination of materials. In case of doubt it is recommended that you consult the manufacturer.

With Ni contents between 5 and 9 % austenitic or nickel-based filler metals should be used.g. S235JR with 14Ni6) If a cryogenic steel exhibits up to 3. In exceptional cases where postweld heat treatment is not possible.g. Depending on the material combination.g. If one of the materials is an austenitic Cr-Ni steel then mainly fully austenitic filler metals of similar composition to the base should be used.Selection Guide Naturally the choice of coating. and types with a higher C content should not be used in welded structures. non-alloy filler metals or high-temperature resistant filler metals should be used whereby the latter have a lower alloy content than the high-temperature resistant material of the combination. Mild Steel – Tempering Steel (e. S235JR with S460N) The filler metal is usually matched to the softer base metal.g. With increased stiffness and application of stress to a component it is advisable to use basic filler metals and consumables whose metallurgically pure weld metal together with low hydrogen contents ensures high resistance to cracking. With a few exceptions high-temperature resistant steels are air-hardening and therefore require special heat input during welding or subsequent postweld heat treatment. it may be beneficial to use austenitic Cr-Ni filler metals. The recommendation regarding this contained in VdTÜV code of practice 451-82/1 should be taken into consideration. it is possible to use both non-alloy filler metals and filler metals of the same or similar composition to the base. Mild Steel – High Temperature Steel (e. 3-82 . S235JR with X4CrNi18-10) When joining steels with very different chemical compositions there is a complex metallurgical problem which it appears can essentially only be solved by compromise. Mild Steel – Chromium Steel (e.g. Mild Steel – Cryogenic Steel (e. Over-alloy austenitic filler metals should be used. S235JR with S690Q) a filler metal whose strength is between the values of the two base metals should be considered. flux and powder type must be made depending on the welding procedure to be used allowing for the wall thickness and component stiffness. Austenitic over-alloy filler metals may also be used if subsequent annealing is not possible and the temperature during use is limited to max.g. non-alloy or low-alloy filler metals should be considered the weld metal of which undergoes an increase in strength due to carburisation from the base metal. 300 °C. They require special heat input during welding and postweld heat treatment. P235G1TH with 13CrMo4-5) Depending on the material combination. Mild Steel – High Strength Steel (e.5 % Ni. S235JR with X12Cr13) Both ferritic and martensitic Cr steels require special heat input during welding and subsequent annealing.g. As a result the use of nickel-based alloys should be considered (depending on the conditions of use). S235JR with 42CrMo4) Tempering steels have only limited weldability. Mild Steel – Austenitic Steel (e. In the case of great discrepancies between the strength properties of the two materials (e.

this method of proceeding would severely compromise clarity. Due to the huge number of steel grades in existence it is barely possible to provide a concrete assignment of filler metals allowing for all the material combinations possible. Otherwise a high jump in strength directly in the weld area could represent an additional weak spot in the component depending on the stress conditions in practical use. The Schaeffler diagram serves as the most important aid in the selection of filler metals. Nickel-based filler metals should be used in the case of operating temperatures over 300 °C and postweld annealing.Material based Selection of Consumables The most crucial criterion of mixed-metal joints such as these is the choice of filler metal. Furthermore.g.g. e. High Temperature Steel – High Temperature Steel (e. S460N with X4CrNi18-10) Over-alloy austenitic filler metals should be used. High Strength Steel – High Strength Steel (e. The main function of filler metals is to enable fabrication of a crack.g. 13CrMo4-5 with X4CrNi18-10) Only use over-alloy austenitic filler metals under certain conditions. S355N with S690Q) consideration should be given to a filler metal whose strength lies between the two base metals.free and ductile weld between the ferritic constructional steel and the austenitic material. Generally speaking a filler metal corresponding to the partner material with the lower alloy is chosen. with regard to low-temperature ductility. the postweld heat treatment represents a compromise between the optimum annealing temperatures of the materials concerned. In the case of partner materials with very different strength properties (e.g. For the purposes of weld metal properties care should be taken to keep dilution as low as possible. The weld metal properties as are present in the pure weld metal deposit must be retained in spite of dilution with the base metal. 13CrMo4-5 with 11CrMo9-10) Each combination of materials must be considered separately with regard to choice of filler metal and heat treatment. In very simple terms no new and therefore indefinable random alloy may arise on fusing the weld metal to the component that would of necessity give rise to additional considerations being taken into account. the latter is unavoidable when using nickel-based filler metals.g. S355N with S460N) In the case of mixed-metal welds between normalised and annealed high-tensile fine-grained constructional steels one should again orient oneself to the softer steel grade with regard to strength when choosing the filler metal. It must be made allowing for dilution with the different base metals so that the weld metal produced is neither martensitic nor fully austenitic. The recommendations contained in VdTÜV Code of Practice 451-82/1 must be taken into account. Special requirements. The use of nickel-based filler metals is necessary in the case of postweld heat treatments or operating temperatures above 300 °C otherwise embrittlement or carbon diffusion must be reckoned with. High Strength Steel – Austenitic Steel (e. must also be taken into account when choosing the filler metal. Unless there is an overlapping annealing range.g. High Temperature Steel – Austenitic Steel (e. 3-83 . However.

5 % Ni a filler metal that corresponds to one of the two partner metals is adequate. Normally for mixed-metal joints with steels up to 3. Consideration should be given to predominantly over-alloy fully austenitic filler metals. weldability deteriorates as the C content or alloy content increases. Material combinations with austenitic Cr-Ni steels are joined using fully austenitic filler metals with a similar alloy composition to the base or nickel-based filler metals. 14Ni6 mit X4CrNi18-10) Filler metals must be specified allowing for the required level of low-temperature ductility. high-temperature steels are air-hardening. They require special heat input during welding as well as postweld annealing. B. Therefore.g. Austenitic Steel – Chromium Steel (e. only then should the joint be welded. 3-84 . In many cases the practical conditions of use allow the employment of softer filler metals as a result of which it is mainly nickel-based types that are used. annealing and only welding thereafter is to be preferred where possible. Tempering Steel – Tempering Steel (e. where possible the welding edges of the high-temperature material should be clad and subsequently annealed. Austenitic over-alloy filler metals may also be used but only where it is not possible to perform annealing and in this case an operating temperature of max. Tempering Steel – Austenitic Steel (e.Selection Guide Nickel-based filler metals should be used in the case of operating temperatures over 300 °C and postweld annealing. 300 °C may not be exceeded. Austenitic Steel – Austenitic Steel (e. Austenitic (possibly also nickel-based) filler metals should be considered for nickel contents of 5 and 9 % respectively. X4CrNi18-10 with X12Cr13) Only use over-alloy austenitic filler metals under certain conditions.g. with the result that the procedure of cladding the edges. With the exception of the non-alloy grades and 16Mo3. 25CrMo4 with 42CrMo4) Tempering steels are only weldable to a limited extent. There are hardly any filler metals with the same alloy composition as the base. Annealing treatments may adversely affect the properties of austenitic steels. S225NL with 14Ni6) Filler metals must be specified allowing for the required level of low-temperature ductility. X4CrNi18-10 with X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2) It is recommended that the filler metal be chosen in line with the chemical composition of the partner material with the higher alloy. Cryogenic Steel – Austenitic Steel (z. In certain cases this necessitates postweld annealing in addition to suitable heat input during welding and therefore the use of nickel-based filler metals. Cryogenic Steel – Cryogenic Steel (e. Selection is made according to the specified strength properties taking into account the heat treatment necessary. The use of austenitic Cr-Ni filler metals may only be taken into consideration on condition that it is not possible to perform postweld heat treatment.g.g. 42CrMo4 with X4CrNi18-10) Limited weldability and necessary postweld heat treatment require the use of nickel-based filler metals.g.

Annealing treatments may also adversely affect the properties of austenitic steels.g.g. Grey Cast Iron – Austenitic Steel (e. For higher corrosion stress conditions the filler metal should be matched to the higher Mo-alloy base metal or should be over-alloy welded if necessary. The filler metals are of different composition to the base metal and are Ni-Fe-based. Nickel Base Alloy – Chromium Steel / Austenitic Steel / Heat Resistant Steel (e. Alloy C 625 with Alloy C 22) Each combination of materials must be considered separately with regard to the choice of filler metal. In many cases a filler metal of the same or similar composition to the nickel-based parent metal is used. X4CrNi18-10 with X12CrNi25-21) Mainly filler metals that correspond in respect of the alloy to the high-temperature resistant partner material should be used. Nickel Base Alloy – Nickel Base Alloy (e. The specification of austenitic filler metals must therefore be made allowing for their tendency towards embrittlement and in certain cases may necessitate the use of nickel-based filler metals. Manganese Steel – Mild Steel (e. The weld edges of the chrome steel should therefore be clad with two layers and then annealed.g.g. The filler metal should correspond in respect of the alloy to the partner material with the better ductility properties.g. C 276 with X12Cr13 /X4CrNi18-10 /X12CrNi25-21) The conditions of use should be taken into consideration when choosing the filler metal. the joint should only be welded thereafter. Normally a filler metal corresponding to or of similar composition to the nickel-based alloy is used. Nickel Base Alloy – Mild Steel /High Temperature Steel / High Strength Steel /Cryogenic Steel / Tempering Steel (e. GGG-40 with S235JR) Only cold cast iron welding may be taken into consideration. Grey Cast Iron – Mild Steel (e. Austenitic Steel – Heat Resistant Steel (e.g.g. Either Ni-Fe-based types or Cr-Ni-based types with increased Mn content are used.g. Manganese Steel – Austenitic Steel (e. X120Mn12 with X4CrNi18-10) Austenitic filler metals with increased Mn content or over-alloy types are recommended. They require special heat input during welding and postweld heat treatment. GGG-40 with X4CrNi18-10) Only cold cast iron welding may be employed. C 276 with S235JR /13CrMo4-5 /S460N /14Ni6 /42CrMo4) There is a whole series of nickel-based filler metals with different alloys available for mixed-metal joints such as those referred to above. 3-85 . X120Mn12 with S235JR) The use of austenitic Cr-Ni filler metals with increased Mn content or over-alloy types is recommended.Material based Selection of Consumables Both ferritic and martensitic Cr steels have only limited weldability.

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More extensive treatment of this subject would far outstrip the bounds of this manual. . . . .91 3-87 . . . . . . . .5. . .3. . . . .1. . . . . .Welding Technology Details 3. . . TIPS FOR PREHEATING . . . u Contents 3. . . . Welding Technology Details u Overview A correct welding technology is the essential prerequisite for the fabrication of welds which meet requirements. . . . .88 3. . TIPS FOR AVOIDING WELDING DEFECTS . .5.5. . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . TIPS FOR TACK WELDING . . . . . . This section does not go into all the possible facets in detail but highlights several points that have often been the subject of enquiries made by welding-engineering staff. . .2. .90 3. . . . .

if cracks have already occurred beforehand in the transition zone due to postweld hardness increase. The cooling speed becomes greater u the less heat is inputted during welding. one must reckon with the formation of hardened microstructures . From this one can see that the value of 0. It also appears to be very important prior to welding to be able to predict a possible hardness increase for a specific steel with a known chemical composition. u the colder the material is.5. u the thicker the material is.12 % and above this drops off sharply. If the filler and cover passes are then welded over this root pass. Accurate knowledge of the hardening processes in the heat-affected zone of the steel is especially important to prevent underbead cracks and for the safety of a welded structure for the reasons mentioned above. Over and above this a multi-axis stress condition is set up in this area particularly in the case of thick crosssections which is promoted still further due to martensite formation taking place with increase of volume. e. Above 0.2 % C approximately represents the limit up to which steels can be welded without preheating and without the need for special precautions. In zones hardened in this way high stresses are set up due to the effect of welding shrinkage because the material is prevented from reducing them by means of plastic deformation. The hardness increases linear to the rise in carbon content up to approximately 0.45 % C to a value of around 650 HV. then they also remain after applying the cover passes to the weld and may possible lead to fracture of the welded component. Hydrogen may also be significantly involved in the occurrence of these underbead cracks. The level of the hardness values is largely determined by the carbon content. If possible a hardness value of 350 HV should not be exceeded in order to prevent these underbead cracks with some degree of certainty. martensite. the zones lying below them are normalised or tempered and the hardness peaks next to the root weld are reduced. there is always a danger with hardenable steels of hardness increase and as a result crack formation.g. 3-88 . The tendency towards hardness increase with non-alloy and alloy steels depends in particular on the carbon content but also on the content of other alloys. During welding the speed of cooling from the austenitic range may be so great that it corresponds approximately to hardening in water. Preheating the Material The preheat temperature is the temperature up to which the workpiece must be brought in the region around the current welding area prior to laying the first bead. However.1 Tips for Preheating Hardness Increase During Welding Due to the fact that during welding the base metal is always heated to above Ac1 or Ac3 respectively in specific areas of the heat-affected zone. If the critical cooling speed is reached. Cracks occur in the transition area if the stresses reach the cohesion strength.2 % C it lies below 32 Joule. The impact energy in the hardened steel lies above 78 Joule up to 0.Selection Guide 3.

The base metal should exhibit the preheat temperature at a distance of 75 mm in each direction. This also applies to tack welding. Steel should always be preheated for welding if critical structural changes are to be anticipated.Welding Technology Details Reasons for Preheating The heat inputted into the workpiece during welding and thus the highest temperature drop that occurs in the zone between the weld metal and the unaffected base metal may lead to changes in the material (danger of crack formation). Level of Preheat Temperature The optimum preheat temperature depends on numerous factors. Special torches with air intake or fuel gas/compressed air torches are also used. The heat supply must be great enough for the specified temperature to be reached over the entire cross-section that is both front and back. for critical welds accurate temperature measurement is necessary usually with recording of the temperature curve. etc. 3-89 . the welding area in question must be preheated correspondingly. For a large number of cases measuring with thermo crayons (temperature indicating crayons) is adequate. The residual welding stresses are reduced and the hydrogen has more time available at higher temperatures for post-alloy diffusion (lower hydrogen contents). In addition to the thermo crayons there are also adhesive thermometers and contact thermometers as well as devices with which one can measure the preheat temperature without contact and record its progress. Allowance must also be made for the fact that the heat migrates into the cold metal. the type of construction. This means that the critical cooling speed which can lead to adverse structural changes is not reached (low or no hardness increase – no danger of cracking). there is less shrinkage due to the smaller temperature drop and as a result less distortions occur. the welding speed. high-tensile fine-grained constructional steels). Performing Preheating Once the correct preheat temperature has been determined. temperatures that are too high are uneconomical and may have an adverse effect on certain steel grades (e. the position of the weld joint on the component. However. the diameter and type of filler metal. In this case “optimum preheat temperature” is understood to be the temperature that is just high enough so that the critical cooling temperature is not reached. These are for example the chemical composition of the base metal. the welding procedure. Furthermore. the workpiece thickness.g. The necessity for preheating is the result of the described tendency towards hardness increase of certain steels in the heat-affected zone. A temperature that is too low increases the risk of cracking. Preheating reduces the temperature drop and ensures slow cooling. Checking the Preheat Temperature Checking the specified preheat temperature is important since it has been shown time and again in practice that the welder relies more on his instincts. Therefore. the possibility of heat dissipation. However. After any interruption of the welding process it is necessary to re-attain the preheat temperature before starting welding again. it is hardly possible to specify values that are generally applicable. the rule applicable is that above all critical welds should be welded in one pass that is without interruption. In addition to preheating in the oven there is also the possibility of inductive preheating. With relatively short welds preheating is usually done using the welding torch. external temperature.

Tack welds that exhibit cracks should be grooved out. It is possible to demonstrate by means of a dye penetrant test that the metal is not cracked in the area of the temporary weld. then the shape and quality of the tack should be suitable for incorporation into the final weld. it is necessary to include the conditions for fabricating the tack welds in the welding procedure. For workpiece thicknesses over 50 mm or for high-tensile materials consideration should be given to increasing the length and thickness of tack welds. If a tack weld is to be included in a welded joint. The tack welds should be free from cracks and prior to final welding should be cleaned thoroughly. Any necessary aids that are temporarily attached for the construction or assembly of parts with fillet welds should be designed so that are can easily be removed again.2 Tips for Tack Welding Tack welds should not be thinner than specified for the root weld and should be subject to the same quality requirements for welding as are also applicable for the root weld. The surface of the component must carefully be ground smooth again if the aid is removed by cutting or chiselling. crater cracks may also be removed by grinding. 3-90 . All tack welds that are not to be included in the final weld should be removed. This may also include a two-pass weld. Attention should also be paid to the use of lower-tensile filler metals when welding higher-alloy steels.5.Selection Guide 3. It should be fabricated by qualified welders. For joints that are supposed to be welded using automated or fully-mechanised processes. However. The length of the tack weld should not be less than four times the thickness of the thicker of the parts to be joined.

These films reduce the deformability Reduce the welding speed. Countermeasures Use filler metals that lead to a very low hydrogen content in the weld metal.g.g. SOLIDIFICATION CRACKS Solidification cracks are mainly linked with trace Modify the welding parameters so that the indielements such as sulphur and phosphorous. The list is not ranked according to the importance of the defects described. the following tables also contain possible countermeasures that may have a favourable effect. Re-dry the filler metal.Welding Technology Details 3. Basically speaking most of the phenomena listed can be reduced by optimising the chemical composition of steel and filler metal. This subsection does not provide a complete overview of possible welding defects but limits itself to types of defects that can be prevented by relatively simple measures. Select the optimum welding temperature cycle. i.3 Tips for Avoiding Welding Defects Defects in welds are an unpleasant phenomenon since to some extent they are the cause of extremely cost-intensive weld dressing. They are the result of Reduce dilution with the base metal. welding guidelines (e. of the weld metal and longitudinal cracks may form Note: solidification cracks rarely occur in steels due to shrinkage stresses on solidification of the with low proportions of sulphur and phosweld metal. bead during solidification. DUCTILITY TOO LOW Generally speaking the ductility of specific parts of the heat-affected zone compared with the base metal is adversely affected by coarse grain formation or hardness increase. Preheat the joint. Occurrence and Prevention of Defects The following list provides explanations for possible unfavourable phenomena when welding steels and presents measures to prevent these defects. Measures such as these may be implemented at various stages of planning and fabrication. Defects and Causes HYDROGEN-INDUCED CRACKS During welding atomic hydrogen diffuses into the weld metal and into the heat-affected zone. 3-91 . Use low-hydrogen postweld annealing. at grain boundaries in martensite). vidual beads become broader and flatter. These may be precipitated in the centre of the reduce the depth to width ratio of a bead. They may range from choosing the best possible filler metal to mastery of the welding procedure and regular maintenance of the power source. Refer to standards. the formation of low fusion films around the grain boundaries.5. Prevent the application of high stress. In addition to a description of the defects and its causes. of the DVS) and other literature for more detailed information. Reduce hardness increases in the weld metal and the heat-affected zone. During and after cooling this may lead to crack formation especially in areas of higher internal stresses and high dislocation density (e. phorous. In many cases defects and damage may be prevented by taking simple precautions.e.

Reduce the stress concentration by grinding the bead transitions. Mechanical pore formation occurs if gaps or voids filled with gases. surrounding medium may lead to this form of corrosion as a result of which all three influencing Reduce stress in all welds. Basically there are two possible types of pore formation: In the liquid condition steel dissolves gases such as hydrogen. are welded over. Highly stressed tee butt welds and cross butt welds have a tendency towards this. Depending on the amount of gas available. Use an optimum procedure for heat treatment. factors must always be present at the same time. In metallurgical pore formation dissolved gases are precipitated as gas bubbles (H2. CO. air. O2) during the solidification process due to the jump in solubility from the liquid to the solid phase. 3-92 . nitrogen and oxygen. Gas bubbles occur at the phase boundary between liquid and solid and in slag particles floating in the molten weld pool.Selection Guide Defects and Causes TERRACE FRACTURES If no special measures are taken during steel production. This may reduce the steel’s deformability to such an extent that the stress reduction leads not only to plastic deformations but also to the formation of cracks. If the solidification speed is greater than the speed at which the gas bubbles up. This is determined by the presence of non-metallic inclusions that are elongated by rolling. pickling). then the bubbles are entrained (“frozen”) and are left behind in the weld as predominantly spherical pores. these pores may also be present in an elongated form. Optimise the sequence of weld beads Use filler metal with the lowest permissible strength. grain size and degree of stress between the weld and the base metal may lead to different rates of corrosion. Reduce the proportion of coarse-grain in the heat-affected zone by a correct sequence of weld beads. CRACKS DUE TO STRESS-RELIEVE ANNEALING Carbide or nitride precipitations may occur during stress-relief annealing if the stress-relief annealing and/or the steel composition are unfavourable. In most cases the weld and the heat-affected zone are attacked in preference. Countermeasures Use steels with specified properties in the thickness Avoid sensitive arrangements of welds. STRESS CORROSION CRACKS A critical combination of stress.. microstructure and Prevent stress concentrations. If gases that expand due to welding heat are unable to escape completely in another direction. a pressure builds up that is reduced by the formation of bubbles in the liquid weld pool.g. Choose a suitable filler metal (sometimes with a higher alloy than the base metal) Reduce residual welding stresses Proper dressing of welds (e.g. CORROSION – GENERAL ATTACK Differences in the chemical composition. N2. e. Occurrence and Prevention of Pores Unlike the phenomena mentioned above. it is only possible to influence pores during welding to a limited extent by means of the chemical composition of the base metal and the weld metal. it is possible for the ductility of flat products or sections to be distinctly smaller in the direction of thickness than in the longitudinal direction. Shrinkage stresses in the weld metal that act in the direction of thickness may be the reason why these inclusions open up and as a result fractures occur parallel to the surface of the sheet metal.

wrong shape of gas nozzle .gas nozzle gap too large . As a rule mechanically formed pores are linked to the voids that led to their formation. increase voltage with stuttering wire electrode.Welding Technology Details This effect may be intensified still further by gas-forming substances in the gaps and voids (moisture.capillary hole too small .eccentric exit of wire electrode . greases and oils. perfect bonding to earth. doors. metallic coatings). ensure good current transition in contact tube.draft from open windows. .arc blow effect Shielding gas flow rate too low due to: . etc. defects and causes METALLURGICAL PORES High nitrogen contents in the base metal and the filler metal countermeasures Use filler metals matched to the base metal with an increased solvent power for nitrogen (e.g.wrong angle of electrode inclination .insufficient gas flow at beginning or end of welding . components of coating materials.leaking line . remove slag from beads welded previously.wrong position of gas nozzle Turbulence due to: . Reduce gas flow rate Clean gas nozzle and contact tube during welding breaks Remedy problems with wire feed. Prevent drafts. increased Cr and Mn contents in austenitic alloys) Grind the cut edge Weld with short arc Weld with steep inclination Take care to use undamaged and centric electrode coating Take care to ensure symmetrical material connection. arrange contact tube centrically Match gas nozzle shape to weld preparation If possible arrange gas nozzle downstream of torch seen in direction of welding.turbulent arc 3-93 .spatter on gas nozzle or contact tube . position extraction system differently Allow gas to pre-flow or post-flow longer as appropriate Reduce gas nozzle gap Align wire electrode better.setting being too low . Increase in nitrogen content due to plasma cuts Inadequate shielding of the arc area against the atmosphere due to: . weld with alternating current if possible Correct setting accordingly Look for and remedy leaks Correct assignment of capillaries and pressure regulators Cylinder and line pressure must correspond to required preliminary pressure of pressure regulator.damaged electrode coating .arc being too long .shielding gas flow rate being too high .preliminary pressure too low for pressure regulator Inadequate gas shielding due to: .

ensure good degasification in the gap. use butt welds instead of fillet or lap welds Choose favourable coating material.workpiece temperature being too high . use butt welds instead of fillet or lap welds Remove grease using solvents.g. use butt welds to replace fillet or lap welds Moisture in welding gap. production coatings) 3-94 . comply with prescribed coating thickness. possibly chemically bonded to rust Layers of grease in welding gap. tin.condensation on shielding gas nozzle countermeasures Reduce size of weld pool Reduce preheat or interpass temperature (if possible metallurgically) Seal pipes Re-dry electrodes according to manufacturer’s instructions Equalize temperature of filler metal. increase welding gap.unimpeded draft in pipelines Moisture due to: . use butt welds instead of fillet or lap welds Comply with recommended layer thicknesses. use butt welds instead of fillet or lap welds Remove moisture by preheating. zinc) Coating materials (e.g.Selection Guide defects and causes Thermal up-current or chimney effect due to: . store in a dry place Dry weld area by skin-drying or preheating Look for leaks and remedy. remove metal coatings if necessary. increase welding gap and dry well. present either as contamination or to prevent corrosion or applied intentionally for lubrication purposes Metallic coatings (e.moisture on base metal . remove rust or layers of scale. Rusty and scaly surfaces Clean weld area prior to welding MECHANICAL PORES Inclusion of air in the area immediately surrounding the weld Create opportunities for entrained air to escape e.moist electrode coating (increased H contents) . increase welding gap.condensation on wire electrode . remove any layers that are too thick if necessary.g.weld pool temperature being too high . dry wire transport hose in case water has got in Check torch cooling for excess capacity Weld over arc strikes Incorrect handling of basic electrodes Rounding of segregation zones Use basic electrode with higher Mn content Reduce penetration by decreasing the arc power or increasing the welding speed.leaking water-cooled torch .

. . .2 CONSUMABLE CONSUMPTION AND WELDING TIME . . . . . This section attempts to provide an overview in a very brief form of the factors that affect the economic viability of a weld and offers a simple calculation formula that makes it possible to make a rough estimate of the filler metal requirements and the welding time. . Reduction of costs is a complex task that affects the most varied areas of the company.Efficiency and Calculation 4 Efficiency and Calculation Guide u Overview It is in the nature of a competitive economy that every trader involved works at achieving the best possible ratio between the profits of his production output and the expenditure it requires. . . . 2 4.1 ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF WELDING . . . . . u Contents 4. . . . . . . . . . . 5 4-1 . . . . . . . . . .

1 Efficient Production of Welded Joints Consideration must be given to the most varied criteria in component design to achieve low-cost production of a component. • Dimension fillet welds correctly Keep fillet welds as thin as possible Take note of fillet weld formation.1. use deeper penetration Provide for thin and long fillet welds Provide for double fillet welds where possible • Ensure accessibility • Use economic weld shapes on butt weld Deposit as little weld metal as possible Take notice of welding procedure Check weld preparation angle for MAG welding Check effect of material on weld shape Allow for back welds • Utilise potential cost reductions in production Specify standard operating times Analyse times and look for possible ways to make savings • Reduce the actual welding time Use more current with same electrode diameter Use thicker electrodes Use other types of electrodes Use other welding consumables Use procedures with higher output • Choose more favourable welding position • Mechanise Production Partial mechanisation of the welding procedure used Replace the existing procedure with a mechanised welding procedure Use special welding machines Adapt weld preparations • Use weld pool backings 4-2 .Efficiency and Calculation Guide 4. It is not possible to give any generally applicable instructions and solutions for low-cost construction of welded components although one can define a series of individual basic rules that make the work easier and save costs. material and production. Economic Aspects of Welding 4. If the component needs to be designed as a welded structure. there are additional factors. stress. The following list details such rules although the sequence does not necessarily correspond to the importance of these rules. Above all these include designing the component with a view to function. which have an impact on the efficiency audit such as the material and finishing costs of the individual parts and welding costs.1.

Efficiency and Calculation Guide • Do not deposit more weld metal than necessary Assemble to exact size Produce more accurate flame cuts Monitor weld thicknesses and weld reinforcements • Reduce downtimes More efficient organisation of production More efficient organisation of the workplace Better information provided for welders • Use jigs • Prevent or reduce distortion Plan allowance for distortion. pre-bend Pre-tension Draw up welding sequence schedule Check weld shape and weight of weld Use procedures with less distortion Weld from both sides simultaneously Use thicker sheet metal • Reduce process-dependent interruptions and weld dressing Shorten process-dependent interruptions Make slag removal easier Reduce spatter formation by choosing correct type of electrode Reduce spatter formation by choosing correct shielding gas Prevent spatter by using pulsed arc technique with mixed gas shielding Set up central gas supply • Reduce malfunctions in units Purchase quality products Operative preventive maintenance Maintain and care for unit regularly Take notice of operating instructions • Save energy costs Reduce cable losses Switch off units during breaks Use energy-saving procedures Buy energy-saving power sources • Train and motivate welders Improve qualifications Set up performance-related wage system as motivation Get rid of noxious environmental influences • Take note of costs and quality Do not demand higher quality than necessary Do not produce higher quality than needed Save unnecessary costs by working conscientiously Take notice of the effect of defects during weld preparation on the weld quality • Design with a view to testing and examination 4-3 .

switch off unit during breaks. Do not waste energy and consumables a) Save energy (reduce cable losses. pre-tension. reduce flame cutting distortion m) Reduce sheet metal thicknesses by higher weld quality (weld strength factor) 2. thicker electrode. other shielding gas c) Use other welding procedure with higher output d) Weld in more favourable positions (if necessary use jigs or positioning devices) e) Use weld pool backing (provide for structurally or use as production aid) f) Mechanise g) Improve dissipation of welding heat (e. watch consumption of spare and wear parts) 5.Efficiency and Calculation Guide 4.2 Checklist for Cost Reduction 1. Reduce downtimes and refit times a) Organise production more efficiently (shorten absences and waiting times) b) Organise welder’s workplace more efficiently c) Inform the welder more effectively d) Ensure good access to the weld e) Get rid of noxious or performance-impeding environmental influences f) Use jigs and fixtures g) Mechanise h) Prevent or reduce distortion (pre-bend. used energy-saving procedures and units) b) Be economical with consumables (do not leave electrode stumps too long. use procedures with less distortion. Reduce the quantity of weld metal a) Reduce the number of welds b) Dimension weld cross-sections more accurately c) Dimensions weld lengths more accurately d) Weld interrupted welds (check permissibility) e) Restrict tolerances of fillet weld dimensions f) Use deeper penetration g) Assemble to more correct size h) Weld butt welds from both sides (double-vee weld instead of vee weld) j) Reduce weld preparation angle (depending on procedure) k) Change groove shape (U-groove butt weld or square-edge butt weld instead of vee weld) l) Produce more accurate flame cuts.1.g. weld both sides simultaneously) i) Reduce process-dependent interruptions and weld dressing (make slag removal easier. Reduce welding times a) All measures listed in point 1 b) Work with higher deposition efficiency (more current. reduce adhesion of spatter. set up central gas supply) k) Reduce malfunction times (purchase quality. take notice of operating instructions. maintain and care for unit regularly. train and motivate welders) 4. operate preventive maintenance. high-performance electrode. Monitor quality a) Avoid excessive requirements b) Prevent defects and quality deficiencies 4-4 . prevent gas losses. reduce spatter formation. draw up welding sequence schedule. in fully automated thin-sheet welding) h) Train and motivate welders 3.

For users who use a PC for their daily work Böhler Welding’s WELCOME software program (Welding Consumables and Materials Expertise) is the simplest solution as it permits flexible calculation of the weight of weld metal for around 50 different weld shapes depending on the welding procedure and quality requirements. Since not every user has a PC or laptop at his disposal the following pages illustrate a simplified method which is intended above all to make an initial estimate possible. Recommended diameters for rods and electrodes should only be considered as reference values. The following approach may be used as the calculation formula: Weight of weld without weld reinforcement x x = / x x x = Factor for the effect of the welding position (weld reinforcement) Allowance for back welding (if necessary) Reference value for the total weight of the weld 0. Consumable Consumption and Welding Time 4. Weight of Weld The following tables provide an overview of the weight of the weld for different welding procedures with different types of welds.0 deposition rate kg/h 0.6 4-5 .0 edge air gap preparation mm I I 0 0 rod diameter mm 1. easily and accurately enough.024 0.024 welding time min/m 8. An accurate calculation is not possible using generally applicable tables as the tables would become too complicated and therefore unmanageable.1 Calculation of Electrode Consumption Calculation Formula For the practical welder it is important to be able to estimate the requirement for stick electrodes or other filler metals quickly.Efficiency and Calculation Guide 4. without backing) thickness mm 0.5 7.2.01894 kg/pcs.2/350.2. = weight of core metal rod deposited (ø3.8 1. stub 50 mm.17 0.5 2. The data will be too high above all in the out-of-position welds.19 weight of joint kg/m 0. The method of proceeding is demonstrated briefly at the end of the section using a practical example. metal recovery 100%) Factor for divergent electrode dimension Factor for divergent metal recovery Factor for divergent stub length Reference value for the number of electrodes required The individual lines of the calculation formula are explained in a little more detail in the following sections and are provided with summaries in the form of tables. reference values for gas welding of flat-position joints (one side. The weights of weld metals correspond as they only relate to the cross-section to be filled. The weld shapes correspond to the specifications of the standard.

2 f+c 9.11 1.l: 0.l: 0.2 4-6 .6 c 4.5/1.5 I 3.0 0 1 2.0 6.9 1.52 f.5 reference values for shielded manual arc welding of butt welds (without backing.0 ace/gap mm 2/1 2/1 2/1 2.l: 0.5/250 0.5/250 c 4.09 r 0.2 deposition rate kg/h 0.38 weight of joint kg/m r 0.19 3.l: 0.8 1.5 2 2 3 3 number of layers electrode dimension mm r 2.+2.2 2. flat) thickness mm air gap mm number of layers electrode dimension mm deposition rate kg/h weight of joint kg/m welding time per layer min/m 1.0 4.5/250 0.24 r 0.75 f.38 3.29 2.042 0. horizontal) thickness a mm 3.0 5.2/350 5.085 c 0.0 I 2.21 1.25 welding time per layer min/m 4.c 1.0 edge air gap preparation mm I 1.08 f+c 0.2/350 0.0/450 deposition rate kg/h 1.0 4.5 reference values for shielded manual arc welding of flat vee-welds of plates thickness mm 4.1 3.53 0.l: 8.18 1.+2.l: 0.42 weight of joint kg/m 0.43 c 1.036 3.+2.0/450 deposition rate kg/h r 0.2/350 r 2.38 3.75 2.l: 16.0/450 6.+2.8 r 11.145 0.08 c 0.0 7.0 5.5 3.25 1.36 0.70 0.l: 0.: 6.0 I 4.0 11.0 10.5 I 2.l: 0. reference values for shielded manual arc welding of fillet welds (one side.0 6.0/450 4.3 5.l: 0.0/450+ 3.0 2.5 25.085 0.48 c 1.0 3.064 7.6 2.0 2.+2.Efficiency and Calculation Guide thickness mm 1.2 f+c 6.0 8.41 r 0.0 6.17 0.5 3.+2.: 8.37 3.5 0 1 2.5 r 10.25 For double-vee welds it is possible to find a usable reference value for back welding on the root side of the weld by doubling the corresponding vee weld values of half the sheet thickness and adding the weight of the weld.0/450 r 2.c 4.c 1.5 2.2 c 4.0/450 4.5 12.5 1.l: 0.0 2 1 3.l: 1.25 0.l: 1.5/250 f.l: 10.74 0.25 1.3 3.0/450 4.l: 1.+2.0 rod diameter mm 2.0 5.105 r 0.2/350 r 3.5 r 9.2 3.80 weight of joint kg/m 0.5/250 c 3.22 welding time per layer min/m r 11.61 0.5 0.0 l … layer number of layers 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 electrode dimension mm 3.31 3.38 3.: 7.048 0.6 1.c 3.l: 13.l: 1.+2.0 7.03 3.0 V 60° 3.35 welding time min/m 10.2/350 4.5 21.19 1.1 3.11 1.2 r 0.+2.l: 1.074 0.l: 0.88 1.14 1.25 0.2 3.31 3.2/350 f.: 13.14 f+c 0.265 0. Back welding on the root side of the weld is assessed with approximately half the weight of the root for sheet thicknesses under 8 mm and the simple weight of the root for thicker sheets.5 3.l: 12.3 14.0 5.14 r 0.

75 f. The additional consumption is specified as a multiplier for the weight of the weld without back welding.0 PA 1.c 5.15 f+c 0.15 PE 1.Efficiency and Calculation Guide reference values for shielded manual arc welding of flat vee-welds of plates thickness mm 8.2/350 f 4. etc.8 r 12.75 f.5/2 3. lower current intensities.81 f.0 r 11.0/450 r 3.5 1.2/350 3f.0/450 c 5. The following tables provide rough reference values in the form of multipliers which may be used to adapt the weight of the weld for horizontal position from the first determination.0 r .87 1. When estimating time effects are to be anticipated due to higher downtimes such as cleaning.47 r 0.0 r 13.2 f+c 11.0 0.75 r 0.0/450 r 3.1 1.13 c 0. filler layer.0 0.88 r 0. cap layer For double-vee welds it is possible to find a usable reference value for back welding on the root side of the weld by doubling the corresponding vee weld values of half the sheet thickness and adding the weight of the weld.2/350 2f.88 r 0.0 15.8 r 11.1 1.0 PA 1.75 f 1.37 r 0.5 c 4.0 9.95 PG 1.weight vee-weld fillet weld PB 1.17 f+c 0.c 2.0 1. Proportion of Weld Metal for Back Welds When deciding on a specific weld preparation one should not forget back welding if it is necessary for quality reasons.65 PF 1.0 12.42 c 1.95 PG 1.0 PE 1.c 5.c 1. c .6 f+c 23.welding time vee-weld fillet weld PB 1.0 face/gap mm 3/2 3/2 3/2 3.5/2 3 3 4 5 5 number of layers electrode dimension mm r 3.8 f 5.c 5.c 1.16 f 0.15 1.05 PC 1. root pass.0 1.75 f.91 welding time per layer min/m r 12. The angle information refers to the weld preparation angle or the angle of bevel preparation for U-groove welds.2/350 3f. 4-7 .1 The values highlighted correspond to the reference calculation. Effect of the Welding Position The welding position has different effects on the execution of a weld.2/350 3f. There are certain reference points for the consumption of filler metal and the work time required for back welding. electrode replacement...14 f+c 0.14 r 0.74 r 0.2 1. Back welding on the root side of the weld is assessed with approximately half the weight of the root for sheet thicknesses under 8 mm and the simple weight of the root for thicker sheets.c 1. f .43 PC 1.0 factors for divergent welding positions .1 weight of joint kg/m r 0. It is not possible to disregard the welding position for calculating quantities as in affects the weld reinforcement.1 f+c 26. The following list is based on practical values that were gained from experience in the grooving out of weld roots without major defective parts of the weld..c 5.1 PF 1.0 1.15 1.0 10.0/450 r 3.0/450 r 3.15 f+c 0.0/450 deposition rate kg/h r 0.0 f+c 15. factors for divergent welding positions .93 r 0.

i.5 2.27 1.04 1.17 1.15 1.07 1.32 1.12 1.08 1. A stub loss of 50 mm was taken into account for the following table and this applies to all dimensions.e. contribution of metal flux powder from the electrode coating). the diameter of the electrode (usually somewhat higher with larger diameters).14 1. The metal recovery is 100 % for all dimensions.46 1.17 1. a considerably higher number of thinner electrodes will be required than of thicker electrodes to fill the same weld volume.24 1.Efficiency and Calculation Guide vee-weld α 60° 1.2 3.18 90° 1.83 3.0 6.26 1.0 5.11 1.18 1.20 1.2 4.5 2. In practical use it is sufficient to calculate using the multipliers in the following table.16 1.10 1.08 1.0 4.09 1.15 1.0 2.75 0.04 1.00* 0.21 1.0 2.08 50° 8° 1.14 double-vee-weld α 60° 90° U-groove weld β 10° 15° thickness mm 6…11 11…16 16…20 21…30 20 30 40 60 80 90 100 120 50° 1.025 1.64 0.12 1.10 1.06 1.19 1.2 3.04 1.03 Allowance for Divergent Electrode Dimensions Naturally the core metal rod deposited per electrode changes if other electrode dimensions are used for performing a weld.97 1. It depends on the type of electrode (e.31 0.07 1.18 1.g.08 1.10 1.21 1.035 1. 4-8 .5 3. the welding current (increasing or decreasing slightly with the current depending on the type of coating) and the welding position (different spatter and burn-off losses).055 1.48 0.84 3.05 1.21 * reference for the approach used Allowance for Divergent Metal Recovery The metal recovery of a stick electrode is the ratio of the weight of weld metal deposited to the weight of core rod deposited. The table allows for standard classification in accordance with EN and the type of coating if greater deviations are to be reckoned with.04 1.07 2.0 length mm 250 250 300 250 300 300 350 450 350 450 450 450 allowance factor 6.05 1.03 1. diameter mm 1.

98 0.87 0.0 4.91 0.95 0. For quality assurance reasons the root will be back welded.2 3.11 1.00 1.11 1.00 1. A basic stick electrode will be used (the metal recovery code according to EN is 4).11 1. 0.00 1. The multiplier should be corrected accordingly (e.95 0.2 4. ** Reference for the approach used Allowance for Divergent Stump Losses When determining the number of electrodes from the required weight of weld metal.96 0. Out-of-position welds also result in longer stubs than welds in the gravity position. A vee weld with a preparation angle of 60 ° is chosen as the weld preparation.05 1.g.98 0.97 0.14 1.05 1.08 1.04 1.11 1.09 1.07 1.09 1.04 1. In the case of stub lengths allowance must be made for the fact that the welder is not always wholly able to influence them.71* 0. diameter mm 1.95 0.00 1.25 1.09 1.00 1.03 1.96 0.14 1.98 Example for Calculation A metal sheet with a thickness of 15 mm is to be joined in the horizontal-vertical position. In this case the designer is responsible for ensuring good access.2 3.05 1.05 1.56* 3 and 4 5 and 6 7 and 8 * With high-performance types Böhler Welding’s brand designation provides a reference to the actual metal recovery.98 0.14 1. EN 1 and 2 type of coating C R.00 1.11 1.00 1.03 1.05 1.Efficiency and Calculation code acc.05 1.5 2.03 1.0** 0. The following table shows that with regard to the electrode requirement for a specific quantity of weld metal.00 1.2 mm will be used for the root and an electrode with ø 4. 4-9 .0 2.00 1.05 1.18 1.5 3. allowance must also be made for the electrode stubs in addition to the losses included in metal recovery. RC RR B R B RA.04 1. RR.5 2.0 2.0 mm will be used for the filler and cover passes.00 1. B RA.03 1.0 5.97 0.0 length mm 250 250 300 250 300 300 350 450 350 450 450 450 40 allowance factor for different stub length values in mm 50 60 70 80 1. For example restricted access to the weld may easily lead to stub lengths over 80 mm.00 1.96 0.08 1.07 1.62 for FOX HL 160 Ti).03 1.18 1. Let the weld length be 10 m. The stub length is assumed to be 70 mm. the varying stub losses for which the welder is responsible have a greater effect on the calculation than variations in the metal recovery of a specific type of electrode.08 0. B allowance factor 1.08 1.11 1.05 1.18 1.0 6.00 1. An electrode with ø 3. RR.03 1.

cap layer calculated values r f+c 0.1 kg 1. The same applies to back welding of the root in which case the value is chosen depending on the thickness of the sheet. The altered stub length results in different effects depending on the electrode length.48 0. f . However.2.07 1. As a thicker electrode is used for the filler and cover passes.. a second factor that has just as great a significance for reduction of the overall costs is increasing the proportion of actual welding time in the overall time. This table is already divided into root.01894 1. In this case the actual welding time may be estimated within certain limits. c .15x10 = 1. metal recovery 100%) x factor for divergent electrode dimension x factor for divergent metal recovery x factor for divergent stub length reference value for the number of electrodes required r . = weight of core metal rod deposited (ø3. The next line produces the number of electrodes if only one electrode with ø 3. stub 50 mm.45 kg 0. filler and cover passes for assistance. The approach shown here uses part of the calculation for the requirement of filler metal and the deposition rate of the individual electrodes. 4. = / / x = reference values for total weight of joint in kg deposition rate of consumable in kg/(h*A) chosen amperage in A 60 min/h reference values for welding time in minutes 4-10 .Efficiency and Calculation Guide influencing factor weight of weld without weld reinforcement x factor for the effect of the welding position (weld reinforcement) x allowance for back welding (if necessary) reference value for the total weight of the weld / 0. 289 Stk. which would result in a factor of 1/1.2/350 with 50 mm stub and 100 % metal recovery were to be used.05 kg 12. the shape of the weld and the weld preparation angle.15 = 0.05 101 Stk. The factor for the influence of the welding position may be found in the appropriate section. filler layer. root pass..0 0.2 Estimation of Standard Welding Time Actual Welding Time Reduction of the costs by reducing the actual welding time is one of the most important tasks of production monitoring. From this information the total weight of the weld should be determined divided into areas for different electrode dimensions.15 1.2/350.87 1. allowance must be made for the altered electrode dimension.19 2. The number of electrodes required as a result of division and multiplication is only a reference value to which a factor must be added for any waste due to bent.87.01894 kg/pcs.. Let the metal recovery be 115 %. r f+c r f+c r f+c r f+c Explanations The weight of the weld may be taken from the table “Reference Values for Manual Metal Arc Welding of Horizontal Vee Welds in Sheet Metal”.5 kg 0. contaminated or incompletely used electrodes.91x10 = 9.

008 0.014 0.021 0.011 0.. filler layer.011 0.009 0.016 0.45 kg 0.008 ø 5.0 mm 0.15x10 = 1.15 r f+c r f+c r f+c 1. The electrode is specified more particularly as BÖHLER FOX EV 50 to obtain a calculation variable.010 0. For quality assurance reasons the root will be back welded. The following table presents a summary of deposition rates for different types of coating.009 0.014 0. Let the weld length be 10 m. The stub length is assumed to be 70 mm.0 mm ø 6. influencing factor weight of weld without weld reinforcement x factor for the effect of the welding position (weld reinforcement) x allowance for back welding (if necessary) reference value for the total weight of the weld / deposition rate of consumable in kg/(h*A) / chosen amperage in A x 60 min/h reference values for welding time in minutes r .009 AR RB thick coated (basic) B R(B) metal powder type RR (160 %) RR (180 %) RR (200 %) RR (240 %) AR (120 %) Example for Calculation 0.01 0.018 0.015 0.009 0.009 0.009 0.009 0..009 0.01 0.008 0.008-0. A vee weld with a preparation angle of 60 ° is chosen as the weld preparation. c . cap layer calculated values r 0.01 0.01 0.016 ø 1.01 0.05 kg 12.016 0.009-0.91x10 = 9.009-0.01 0.010-0.013 0.008-0. A basic stick electrode will be used (the metal recovery code according to EN is 4).5 kg f+c 0.1 kg 1.009 0. In the case of ranges of values the lower value in each case should be assigned to the lower current intensity limit for this electrode.5 mm ø 2. type of stick electrode deposition rate [kg/(h*A)] ø 2. f .015 0.011 0.011 0.011 0.009 0.012-0.01 RC thick coated (rutile) RR RC 0.02 0.011 0.011 0.011 A metal sheet with a thickness of 15 mm is to be joined in the horizontal-vertical position.Efficiency and Calculation Guide The deposition rate is not shown for every single brand as the divergence resulting from the different welding conditions does not justify this level of detail.2 mm ø 4. An electrode with ø 3.5 mm ø 3.012 0.011 0.011 0. root pass.0091 0.0 mm medium coated (rutile) R 0. Thus the example is identical to the example for estimating the electrode requirement.010 110 160 60 112 min 467 min 4-11 .0 mm will be used for the filler and cover passes.017 0.009 0.01 0.0 mm 0.011 0.19 2.014 0.009 0.009-0.01 0.015 0..009 0.2 mm will be used for the root and an electrode with ø 4.01-0.01 0.009 0.

One may not overlook in this case that these figures have to be checked individually for each company or have to be compared with in-house statistics since investigations of different sizes of company in different sectors showed divergences in the average duty cycle between 30 and 75 %. With statistically well-covered duty cycle values the standard time is calculated as follows: Standard time = actual welding time / duty cycle x 100 4-12 . component. the duty cycle may actually drop in percentage despite the total welding time being lower. In any case an accurate analysis is required to find reference points for reducing the downtimes.Efficiency and Calculation Guide Duty Cycle The proportion of actual welding time is often referred to as the “duty cycle”. For the calculation of standard times attempts have been made time and again to specify reference values for the duty cycle. operating environment and the welder himself. Values of this type range for example from 5 % for tack welds in assembly to over 30 % for individual production of machine casings and 55 % for series production of machine casings up to 70 % for series production of components in turnover jigs. The downtimes that reduce the duty cycle may be dependent on the procedure. This value specified in percent does not make any statement as an absolute variable about the efficiency of a method of working since with high-performance procedures where it is not possible to reduce the downtimes to the same extent as the actual welding time for example. The individual aspects are not dealt with in greater detail here.

Helpful Tools 5 Comparison Table for Hardness Rm HV HB HRC Rm 200 210 220 225 230 240 250 255 260 270 280 285 290 300 305 310 320 330 335 340 350 360 370 380 385 390 400 410 415 420 430 440 450 460 465 470 480 490 495 500 510 520 530 540 HV 63 65 69 70 72 75 79 80 82 85 88 90 91 94 95 97 100 103 105 107 110 113 115 119 120 122 125 128 130 132 135 138 140 143 145 147 150 153 155 157 160 163 165 168 Tensile Strength in N/mm2 Vickers-Hardness Brinell-Hardness Rockwell-C-Hardness HB 60 62 66 67 68 71 75 76 78 81 84 86 87 89 90 92 95 98 100 102 105 107 109 113 114 116 119 122 124 125 128 131 133 136 138 140 143 145 147 149 152 155 157 160 HRC --------------------------------------------Rm 545 550 560 570 575 580 590 595 600 610 620 625 630 640 650 660 670 675 680 690 700 705 710 720 730 740 750 755 760 770 780 785 790 800 810 820 830 835 840 850 860 865 870 880 HV 170 172 175 178 180 181 184 185 187 190 193 195 197 200 203 205 208 210 212 215 219 220 222 225 228 230 233 235 237 240 243 245 247 250 253 255 258 260 262 265 268 270 272 275 HB 162 163 166 169 171 172 175 176 178 181 184 185 187 190 193 195 198 199 201 204 208 209 211 214 216 219 221 223 225 228 231 233 235 238 240 242 245 247 249 252 255 257 258 261 HRC ------------------------------21 22 23 24 25 26 Rm 890 900 910 915 920 930 940 950 960 965 970 980 990 995 1000 1010 1020 1030 1040 1050 1060 1070 1080 1090 1095 1100 1110 1120 1125 1130 1140 1150 1155 1160 1170 1180 1190 1200 1210 1220 1230 1240 1250 1255 HV 278 280 283 285 287 290 293 295 299 300 302 305 308 310 311 314 317 320 323 327 330 333 336 339 340 342 345 349 350 352 355 358 360 361 364 367 370 373 376 380 382 385 388 390 HB 264 266 269 271 273 276 278 280 284 285 287 290 293 295 296 299 301 304 307 311 314 316 319 322 323 325 328 332 333 334 337 340 342 343 346 349 352 354 357 361 363 366 369 371 HRC 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 5-1 .

Conversion of Basic Units 5. Härtevergleichstabelle Rm HV HB HRC Rm 1260 1270 1280 1290 1300 1310 1320 1330 1340 1350 1360 1370 1380 1390 1400 1410 1420 1430 1440 1450 1455 1460 1470 1480 1485 1490 1500 1510 1520 1530 1540 1550 1555 1560 1570 1580 1590 1595 1600 1610 1620 1630 1640 HV 392 394 397 400 403 407 410 413 417 420 423 426 430 431 434 437 440 443 446 449 450 452 455 458 460 461 464 467 470 473 476 479 480 481 484 486 489 490 491 494 497 500 503 Tensile Strength in N/mm2 Vickers-Hardness Brinell-Hardness Rockwell-C-Hardness HB 372 374 377 380 383 387 390 393 396 399 402 405 409 410 413 415 418 421 424 427 428 429 432 435 437 438 441 444 447 449 452 455 456 HRC 40 Rm 1650 1660 1665 1670 1680 1690 1700 1710 1720 1730 1740 1750 1760 1770 1775 1780 1790 1800 1810 1820 1830 1840 1845 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1955 1960 1970 1980 1990 1995 2000 2010 2020 HV 506 509 510 511 514 517 520 522 525 527 530 533 536 539 540 541 544 547 550 553 556 559 560 561 564 567 570 572 575 578 580 583 586 589 590 591 594 596 599 600 602 605 607 HB HRC Rm 2030 2040 2050 2060 2070 2080 2090 2100 2105 2110 2120 2130 2140 2145 2150 2160 2170 2180 2190 2200 HV 610 613 615 618 620 623 626 629 630 631 634 636 639 640 641 644 647 650 653 655 675 698 720 745 773 800 829 864 900 940 HB HRC 56 41 42 43 50 51 57 44 45 52 53 46 47 54 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 48 55 49 5-2 .2.

0516 1.1178 1.0473 1.1193 1.1201 1.0501 1.1132 1.0627 1. Materials for which no direct recoding is possible are not listed.0460 1.0402 1.1134 EN-Classification C14GAl P295GH P310GH P355GH S500QGL C85 B420N B500G1 B500G3 B500G2 B500N C10GPb C105U C110U C125U C135U C15GPb C22 C22GPb C22G1 C22G2 C25 C30 C35 C35GPb C40 C45 C45GPb C45U C50 C55 C55GPb C60 C60GPb C60U C68 C70U C80U C85U C35G C45G C53G C54G C70G C10E C101E C12E C15E C16EAl C19E DIN-Classification 15 Mn 3 Al 17 Mn 4 19 Mn 5 19 Mn 6 5 CuNi 12 3 85 Mn 3 BSt 420 S BSt 500 G BSt 500 M BSt 500 P BSt 500 S C 10 Pb C 105 W1 C 110 W C 125 W C 135 W C 15 Pb C 22 C 22 Pb C 22.1730 1.8 C 25 C 30 C 35 C 35 Pb C 40 C 45 C 45 Pb C 45 W C 50 C 55 C 55 Pb C 60 C 60 Pb C 60 W C 68 C 70 W C 80 W1 C 85 W Cf 35 Cf 45 Cf 53 Cf 54 Cf 70 Ck 10 Ck 101 Ck 12 Ck 15 Ck 16 Al Ck 19 W-No.1525 1.1158 1.1220 EN-Classification C22E C25E C30E C35E C3E C40E C45E C45EPb C48EMn C5E C50E C53E C55E C6E C60E C67E C68E C7E C75E C85E C15R C22R C25R C30R C35R C40R C45R C50R C53R C55R C60R CoNiCr26-20 C10C C15C C22C C35C C45C C10D C15D C20D C26D C32D C38D C42D C48D C50D C52D C52D2 C56D C56D2 DIN-Classification Ck 22 Ck 25 Ck 30 Ck 35 Ck 4 Ck 40 Ck 45 Ck 45 Pb Ck 48 Mn Ck 5 Ck 50 Ck 53 Ck 55 Ck 6 Ck 60 Ck 67 Ck 68 Ck 7 Ck 75 Ck 85 Cm 15 Cm 22 Cm 25 Cm 30 Cm 35 Cm 40 Cm 45 Cm 50 Cm 53 Cm 55 Cm 60 CoNiCr 26 20 Cq 10 Cq 15 Cq 22 Cq 35 Cq 45 D 10-2 D 15-2 D 20-2 D 25-2 D 30-2 D 35-2 D 40-2 D 45-2 D 50-2 D 53-2 D 53-3 D 55-2 D 55-3 5-3 .0406 1. this section of the manual contains recoding from the EN to the former DIN designation.1180 1.0503 1.0302 1.1149 1.0535 1.1189 1.1219 1.1163 1.0427 1.0414 1.1181 1.1573 1.0403 1.0588 1.0502 1.1107 1.DIN As many users are still not familiar with the EN designation.0528 1.1241 1. 1.0586 1.1210 1.0465 1.1141 1.1010 1.0464 1.1221 1.1122 1.1135 1.1203 1.0482 1. W-No.3 C 22.1231 1.1205 1.1140 1.1183 1.1195 1.1248 1.0518 1.1192 1.0438 1.1520 1. 1.1172 1.0541 1.0481 1.1545 1.1563 1.0602 1.1121 1.1005 1.0466 1.1554 1.0415 1.1830 1.1151 1.0404 1.0428 1.1213 1.1198 1.0540 1.1209 1.1191 1.1249 1. Material Comparison Chart EN .0468 1.0601 1.0504 1.1130 1.0413 1.0530 1.1206 1.0310 1.8980 1.1274 1.1234 1.1.1223 1.1186 1.3991 1.0511 1. Designations based on the chemical composition are also excluded since the multipliers between DIN and EN standards have remained the same.1009 1.0647 1.1152 1.1179 1.1269 1.1202 1.0537 1.0517 1.1740 1.Conversion of Basic Units 5.

Q.8939 1. 1.8988 1.0611 1.0584 1.0476 1.1004 1.0976 1.1106 1.1265 1.0559 1.0376 1.0618 1.4661 1.8986 1.0442 1.0589 1.0970 1.0425 1.0475 1.0612 1.1255 1.8856 2.0345 1.Q.0973 1.8944 1.8984 1.Q.0441 1.0617 1.1103 1.0303 1.Z St 37-3 N K.0141 1.0987 EN-Classification S420GO1 S420GO2 S420GO3 CoCr28 CoCr28Nb S235JRS1 S235JRS2 S315G1S S355G1S S390G1S S235J0S S235J2S1 S235J2S2 S315G2S S355G2S S390G2S S235J4S S315G3S S355G3S S390G3S S315G4S S355G4S S390G4S P235GH P265GH P285NH P295NH DC06 S235JRC S235J2G3C S235J0C S275JRC S275J2G3C S275J0C S355J2G3C S355J0C C2E C97E EL-NiCr29Mo5W E295GF S355J2G3F C4C C7C C11C S355J2G3CuC S260NC S260MC S315NC S315MC S340NC S340MC S355NC S355MC S380NC S380MC S420NC S420MC S460NC S460MC S500NC S500MC S550NC DIN-Classification FStE 420 OS 1 FStE 420 OS 2 FStE 420 OS 3 G-CoCr 28 G-CoCr 28 Nb GL-A GL-A GL-A 32 GL-A 36 GL-A 40 GL-B GL-D GL-D GL-D 32 GL-D 36 GL-D 40 GL-E GL-E 32 GL-E 36 GL-E 40 GL-F 32 GL-F 36 GL-F 40 HI H II H III H IV IF 18 K.0975 1.Z St 37-3 U K.Z St 44-3 U K.8964 1.0971 1.1105 1.0982 1.8822 EN-Classification C58D C58D2 C60D C60D2 C62D C62D2 C66D C66D2 C68D C68D2 C70D C72D C72D2 C76D C76D2 C78D C78D2 C80D C80D2 C7D C82D C82D2 C86D C86D2 C88D C88D2 C8D C92D C92D2 T550 T620 T660 DC13ED DC04ED DC12EK DC04EK S255NL1 P275NL2 S315NL1 P355NL2 S380NL1 S420NL1 P460NL2 S500NL1 S500QL1 S550QL1 S550G1QL1 S620QL1 S620G1QL1 S690QL1 S690G1QL1 S790QL1 S890QL1 C65S1 C65S2 M1000-65A S355GO1 S355GO2 S355GO3 S355GO4 S355GO5 S355G1M DIN-Classification D 58-2 D 58-3 D 60-2 D 60-3 D 63-2 D 63-3 D 65-2 D 65-3 D 68-2 D 68-3 D 70-2 D 73-2 D 73-3 D 75-2 D 75-3 D 78-2 D 78-3 D 80-2 D 80-3 D 8-2 D 83-2 D 83-3 D 85-2 D 85-3 D 88-2 D 88-3 D9 D 95-2 D 95-3 DR 550 DR 620 DR 660 ED 3 ED 4 EK 2 EK 4 EStE 255 EStE 285 EStE 315 EStE 355 EStE 380 EStE 420 EStE 460 EStE 500 EStE 500 V EStE 550 V EStE 550 V A EStE 620 V EStE 620 V A EStE 690 V EStE 690 V A EStE 790 V EStE 890 V Federstahldraht FD Federstahldraht VD FeV 1000-65 HA FStE 355 OS 1 FStE 355 OS 2 FStE 355 OS 3 FStE 355 OS 4 FStE 355 OS 4 A FStE 355 TM W-No.8919 1.0554 1.1253 1.1291 2.Helpful Tools W-No.1232 1.0010 1.0120 1.0980 1.0983 1.0569 1.Q.0974 1.0873 1.0614 1.0622 1.Q.0555 1.0515 1.Q.8911 1.0610 1.1222 1.0514 1.0591 1.1282 1.8918 1.Z St 44-2 K.0474 1.8987 1.0115 1.0620 1.0609 1.0393 1.1250 1. 1.0560 1.Z St 52-3 U Mk 3 Mk 97 NiCr22Fe20Mo6AlCuTi PSt 50-2 PSt 52-3 QSt 32-3 QSt 34-3 QSt 36-3 QSt 52-3 Cu 3 QStE 260 N QStE 260 TM QStE 300 N QStE 300 TM QStE 340 N QStE 340 TM QStE 360 N QStE 360 TM QStE 380 N QStE 380 TM QStE 420 N QStE 420 TM QStE 460 N QStE 460 TM QStE 500 N QStE 500 TM QStE 550 N 5-4 .0979 1.Q.0435 1.4779 1.1230 1.0128 1.0374 1.0214 1.0583 1.0587 1.1272 1.1228 1.8954 1.8925 1.0628 1.0392 1.Z St 44-3 N K.1236 1.0538 1.0445 1.0532 1.8858 1.8854 1.0118 1.0373 1.0829 1.8842 1.1104 1.1252 1.8841 1.0616 1.0613 1.Z St 37-2 K.0615 1.0513 1.4778 2.Z St 52-3 N K.0984 1.0981 1.1262 1.0534 1.Q.0626 1.1242 1.0440 1.0972 1.1102 1.8840 1.0977 1.0394 1.0391 1.8913 1.0985 1.0213 1.0140 1.0572 1.0978 1.1212 1.8855 1.0313 1.

0576 1.7 L290MB StE 290.0170 1.3255 1.8973 EN-Classification DIN-Classification P235G1TH St 35.0208 1.0242 1.Conversion of Basic Units W-No.8 S235JR St 37-2 S235JRCu+CR St 37-2 Cu 3 G S235JR+CR St 37-2 G S235J2G3 St 37-3 S235J2G3Cu St 37-3 Cu 3 S235J2G3+CR St 37-3 G S235J0 St 37-3 U DC04 St 4.0490 1.0166 1.0306 1.7 L240GA RRStE 240.8 E295 St 50-2 E295+CR St 50-2 G S355GT St 52 P355T1 St 52. St 14 P255G2TH St 42.3318 1.3333 1.0421 1.0409 1.0211 1.0457 1.0493 1.3243 1.0582 1.0060 1.0038 1.0 P355T2 St 52.3302 1.0144 1.3202 1.0347 1.0138 1.0 P275T2 St 44.0319 1.0355 1.8 P235T1 St 37.0539 1.3343 1.0167 1.0315 1.3348 1.7 L415MB StE 415.0459 1.4623 1.0044 1.8971 1.0339 1.0570 1.7 TM L415NB StE 415.1115 1.1238 1.8970 1.0498 1. 1.0114 1.0143 1.0060 1.0212 1.4 P235G2TH St 37. RRSt 13 L210GA RRStE 210.3341 1.0570 1.0578 1.0070 1.4 S355J2G3 St 52-3 S355J2G3Cu St 52-3 Cu 3 S355J2G3Cu+CR St 52-3 Cu 3 G S355J2G3+CR St 52-3 G S355J0 St 52-3 U E335 St 60-2 E335+CR St 60-2 G E360 St 70-2 E360+CR St 70-2 G L210 StE 210.3249 1.0354 1.0037 1.0144 1.0169 1.7 L385M StE 385.0256 1.0505 1.3207 1.3355 1.3257 1.0545 1.7 TM P315N StE 315 S320GD StE 320 Z L320 StE 320.3340 2.3344 1.0305 1.0255 1.0585 1.0585 1.7 DD12 RRStW 23 C10WSi RSD 10 Si C10EW RSD 11 C8G2W RSD 7 S180G2T RSt 28 S205G2T RSt 34-2 C10G2 RSt 35-2 C11G2 RSt 36 S235JRG2 RSt 37-2 S235JRG2Cu RSt 37-2 Cu 3 C14G2 RSt 38 HS10-4-3-10 S 10-4-3-10 HS12-1-2 S 12-1-2 HS12-1-4 S 12-1-4 HS12-1-4-5 S 12-1-4-5 HS18-0-1 S 18-0-1 HS18-1-2-10 S 18-1-2-10 HS18-1-2-15 S 18-1-2-15 HS18-1-2-5 S 18-1-2-5 HS2-10-1-8 S 2-10-1-8 HS2-9-1 S 2-9-1 HS2-9-2 S 2-9-2 HS2-9-2-8 S 2-9-2-8 HS3-3-2 S 3-3-2 HS6-5-2 S 6-5-2 HS6-5-2S S 6-5-2 S HS6-5-2-5 S 6-5-2-5 HS6-5-2-5S S 6-5-2-5 S HS6-5-3 S 6-5-3 HS7-4-2-5 S 7-4-2-5 HS6-5-2C SC 6-5-2 HS6-5-2CS SC 6-5-2 S EL-NiCr23Mo7Cu SG-NiCr23Mo7Cu C70D3 SKD 70 C80D3 SKD 80 DX51D St 02 Z DX52D St 03 Z DX53D St 05 Z DX54D St 06 Z DC01Cu St 12 Cu 3 DC04Cu St 14 Cu 3 DC05 St 15 S180GT St 28 S215GAlT St 30 Al S215GSiT St 30 Si S185 St 33 S205GT St 34-2 S235G2T St 35 W-No.0351 1.0529 1.0486 1.0035 1.0223 1.0254 1.0244 1.0308 EN-Classification DIN-Classification S550MC QStE 550 TM S650MC QStE 650 TM C10RG2 R 10 S 10 C7RG2 R7S6 DC04GT RoSt 4 S275J0H RoSt 44-2 S275J2H RoSt 44-3 S355J2H RoSt 52-3 S235JRG2C RQSt 37-2 S235JRG2CuC RQSt 37-2 Cu 3 C10W RRSD 10 DC03 RRSt 3.0032 1.0703 1.8823 1.7 TM S350GD StE 350 Z P355N StE 355 S355N StE 355 S355NH StE 355 S355M StE 355 TM L360NB StE 360.3245 1.0034 1.4 S275JR St 44-2 S275JRCu St 44-2 Cu 3 S275J2G3 St 44-3 S275J2G3+CR St 44-3 G S275J0 St 44-3 U S255GT St 45 P255G1TH St 45.1237 1.0709 1.0562 1.0307 1.0344 1.0 P235T2 St 37.3346 1.0338 1.0312 1.0580 1.0553 1.0408 1.7 TM 5-5 .0324 1.0122 1.7 S250GD StE 250 Z S255N StE 255 S280GD StE 280 Z P275N StE 285 S275N StE 285 S275NH StE 285 L290NB StE 290.0398 1.0050 1.0149 1.7 L360MB StE 360.0116 1.0484 1.3247 1.3265 1.0116 1.3246 1.0350 1.0429 1.3342 1.0581 1.7 L320M StE 320.7 L245NB StE 240.8972 1.0179 1.0326 1.0337 1.0050 1.0037 1.0318 1.8 P275T1 St 44.0461 1.0070 1. 1.0430 1.0226 1.0986 1.0205 1.0257 1.0250 1.8976 1.7 TM S380N StE 380 L385N StE 385.0405 1.8900 1.

8920 1.0524 1.0521 1.0 USt 37-2 USt 37-2 G USt 38 USt 4.0808 1.8907 1.8921 1.0817 1.8929 1.0028 1.8928 1.8909 1.0546 1.8914 1.1116 1.7 TM StE 460 StE 460 StE 460 StE 460 TM StE 480.8923 1.8906 1.8902 1.8834 1.0814 1.0841 1. USt 14 UStW 23 V < 35 A V > 65 A V > 65 A Si V >350-35 A V 1070-65 A V 1450-50 A V 1590-65 A V 250-35 A V 270-35 A V 270-50 A V 290-50 A V 300-35 A V 310-50 A V 330-35 A V 330-50 A V 330-65 A V 350-50 A V 350-65 A V 400-50 A V 400-65 A V 470-50 A V 470-65 A V 530-50 A V 530-65 A V 600-50 A V 600-65 A V 700-50 A V 700-65 A V 800-50 A V 800-65 A V 940-50 A V 940-65 A VE < 50 VE > 65 VE 340-50 VE 390-50 VE 390-65 5-6 .0377 1.0846 EN-Classification S890QL S960QL S225NL C10RG1 C7RG1 P195GH S235JRG1F C11G1C S235JRG1C S235JRG1CuC C14G1C C8E1W C8E2W C8G1W S180G1T DC03G1 S205G1T C10G1 C11G1 P235G1T1 S235JRG1 S235JRG1+CR C14G1 DC04G1 DD12G1 M<35A M>65A M>65ASi M>350-35A M1070-65A M1450-50A M1590-65A M250-35A M270-35A M270-50A M290-50A M300-35A M310-50A M330-35A M330-50A M330-65A M350-50A M350-65A M400-50A M400-65A M470-50A M470-65A M530-50A M530-65A M600-50A M600-65A M700-50A M700-65A M800-50A M800-65A M940-50A M940-65A M<50E M>65E M340-50E M390-50E M390-65E DIN-Classification TStE 890 V TStE 960 V TTSt 35 U 10 S 10 U7S6 UH I UPSt 37-2 UQSt 36 UQSt 37-2 UQSt 37-2 Cu 3 UQSt 38 USD 5 USD 6 USD 7 USt 28 USt 3. 1.0372 1.0488 1.0708 1.0800 1.0160 1.0544 1.0121 1.0823 1.1101 1.8912 1.0422 1.8901 1.1112 1.8836 1.0217 1.8917 1.0840 1.0815 1.8933 1.8978 1.Helpful Tools W-No.0813 1.0083 1.0566 1.0357 1.8924 1.0828 1.0253 1.0824 1.7 TM StE 500 StE 500 V StE 550 V StE 550.7 TM StE 620 V StE 690 V StE 690.0549 1.8977 1.8979 1.0378 1.0497 1.8838 1.0832 1.8956 1.0807 1.0830 1.0842 1.0801 1.8927 1.0203 1.7 TM StSch 1100 StSch 1200 StSch 550 StSch 600 StSch 700 StSch 800 StSch 900 A StSch 900 B StSchStr StSp 37 StSp 45 StSp S StW 22 StW 24 T 50 T 52 T 57 T 61 T 65 TStE 255 TStE 285 TStE 285 TStE 285 TStE 315 TStE 355 TStE 355 TStE 355 TStE 355 TM TStE 380 TStE 420 TStE 420 TM TStE 460 TStE 460 TStE 460 TStE 460 TM TStE 460 V TStE 500 TStE 500 V TStE 550 V TStE 590 V TStE 620 V TStE 690 V TStE 690 V A TStE 690 V B TStE 690 V C TStE 690 V D TStE 770 V W-No.0624 1.8938 EN-Classification S420N S420M L450MB P460N S460N S460NH S460M L485MB S500N S500Q S550Q L555MB S620Q S690Q L690M R1100Cr R1200 R0550 R0600 R0700 R0800 R0900 R0900Mn R0290 S240GP S270GP S355GP DD11 DD13 TH50 TH52 TH57 TH61 TH65 S255NL P275NL1 S275NL S275NLH P315NL P355NL1 S355NL S355NLH S355ML S380NL S420NL S420ML P460NL1 S460NL S460NLH S460ML S460QL S500NL S500QL S550QL S590QL S620QL S690QL S690G1QL S690G2QL S690G4QL S690G3QL S770QL DIN-Classification StE 420 StE 420 TM StE 445.0631 1.0811 1.0702 1. 1.0375 1.8926 1.0224 1.0821 1.0831 1. USt 13 USt 34-2 USt 35-2 USt 36 USt 37.0850 1.0348 1.8931 1.0334 1.0335 1.0826 1.0834 1.0164 1.0804 1.0809 1.0806 1.8975 1.0820 1.8915 1.0036 1.8983 1.0021 1.8953 1.8825 1.0036 1.0810 1.0825 1.0508 1.0341 1.0827 1.8827 1.0833 1.8903 1.0336 1.0805 1.0207 1.0023 1.0463 1.0812 1.8905 1.0803 1.0332 1.0816 1.0204 1.0818 1.0623 1.8904 1.8922 1.0323 1.0333 1.0371 1.8910 1.0915 1.0491 1.0819 1.

0506 1.0861 1.0847 1.0543 1.0565 1.0444 1.8961 1. 1.0857 1.8932 1.0866 1.8960 1.8937 1.0417 1.0489 1.0360 1.0556 1.0856 1.0843 1.0400 1.0487 EN-Classification M450-50E M450-65E M520-65E M560-50E M630-65E M660-50E M800-65E M>65D M1000-65D M1050-50D M1100-65D M1200-65D M660-50D M800-65D M890-50D M111-30P M111-35N M117-30P M130-27S M140-30S M150-35S M089-27N M097-30N P255NH P275NH DIN-Classification VE 450-50 VE 450-65 VE 520-65 VE 560-50 VE 630-65 VE 660-50 VE 800-65 VH > 65 VH 1000-65 VH 1050-50 VH 1100-65 VH 1200-65 VH 660-50 VH 800-65 VH 890-50 VM 111-30 P VM 111-35 N VM 117-30 P VM 130-27 S VM 140-30 S VM 155-35 S VM 89-27 N VM 97-30 N WStE 255 WStE 285 W-No.0550 1.Conversion of Basic Units W-No.0397 1.0396 1.0849 1.0448 1.0366 1.8963 1.0533 1.0574 EN-Classification P315NH P355NH P380NH P420NH P460NH P500NH S235JRW S235J2W S355J2G1W E295GC E335GC E360GC H180B H220B H220P H260 H260B H260P H300 H300B H300P H340 H380 H420 H460 DIN-Classification WStE 315 WStE 355 WStE 380 WStE 420 WStE 460 WStE 500 WTSt 37-2 WTSt 37-3 WTSt 52-3 ZSt 50-2 ZSt 60-2 ZSt 70-2 ZStE 180 BH ZStE 220 BH ZStE 220 P ZStE 260 ZStE 260 BH ZStE 260 P ZStE 300 ZStE 300 BH ZStE 300 P ZStE 340 ZStE 380 ZStE 420 ZStE 460 5-7 .0862 1.0882 1.0361 1.0480 1.8930 1. 1.0365 1.0462 1.0865 1.0395 1.0844 1.0363 1.0633 1.0364 1.0881 1.8935 1.0851 1.0845 1.0848 1.0369 1.0548 1.0362 1.

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